The company was recognized for its achievements in technology innovation in mobile learning and learning games.
San Francisco, Calif., August 18, 2017 — Chief Learning Officer magazine recently announced the finalists for its 2017 Learning in Practice Awards, and SweetRush was recognized in the Excellence in Technology Innovation category.
The winning solution is a sophisticated scenario-based mobile learning game designed for a millennial audience. As sales associates play the game, they practice skills such as recommending products, overcoming objections, and closing the sale.
“Mobile learning and gamification continue to be strong trends in the learning and development industry. It makes sense—we’re meeting learners where they are and making learning accessible, and at the same time, we’re making sure they’re paying attention and engaged,” said Arturo Schwartzberg, Cofounder and Chairman of SweetRush. “This recognition from Chief Learning Officer highlights our commitment to innovation and advancing our technology capabilities. The Learning in Practice Awards are very competitive, and we’re honored to be named a finalist.”
SweetRush will be awarded a gold, silver, or bronze for the category. Winners will be announced October 3.
Dream for a moment that you have the expertise and tools to positively impact the lives of others. You can affect mind-sets and behavior. You can help an organization grow, change, prosper, and thrive. The passionate pursuit of this expertise and the development of these tools have been at the heart of the success SweetRush has experienced collaborating with clients who share the same dream.
SweetRush’s focus on team culture and mastery of performance improvement is reflected in loyal clients, a near-zero turnover of teammates, a 15-year track record of success, and a remarkable portfolio. Our work with clients has earned us gold awards from our peers and high ranking on the top training industry lists.
Every solution we deliver is infused with creativity. Instructional creativity allows us to discover effective and unique solutions to our clients’ challenges. Artistic creativity spurs us to create visually exciting, engaging user experiences. Technical creativity allows us to embrace new capabilities and platforms as they emerge, such as gamification and mobile delivery. Cultural creativity empowers our clients to create the conditions that energize and empower their people and unleash the energy in their teams. Our Talent Solutions team applies the lens of creativity, building upon its unique knowledge of talent, team building, and learning and development, to craft a unique solution for clients who need the best temporary staff to augment their team. We apply the creative lens to all things, from project management to our treatment of our teammates, clients, and the planet.
We are over 100 people strong and have been in business since 2001. Every day, we give thanks for the trust of our world-class clients. Our deliverables span from analysis and curriculum mapping to the creation of blended training products, including live and virtual classroom training and the gamut of custom-developed eLearning modalities.
About the Learning in Practice Awards
The Learning in Practice Awards were established in 2003 to recognize learning leaders and providers. The awards are given in two broad classes. Practitioner awards recognize chief learning officers and qualified senior learning leaders for their work within their organizations. Provider awards recognize qualified service providers, vendors, and consultants for their work on behalf of a client organization.