Despite the changed workplace dynamics brought around by the pandemic, the need to create and execute a learning strategy that has a real impact on learner behavior and business outcomes remains unchanged. See how EI Design’s L&D Advisory services ensures that your investments in training deliver business results.
The essence of strategy is choosing what not to do. (Michael Porter)
Organizations continually strive to create and execute a learning strategy that has a real impact on behaviors and business outcomes. A strong learning strategy, the tools to execute it, and the ability to demonstrate value is crucial in creating a more impactful, engaging learning experience that improves individual and business performance.
Factors that drive corporations to improve their learning strategies include the following:
Challenges to the Business
Most learning is still very event-based, without enough follow-up, reinforcement, or opportunities to apply knowledge. These leave organizations ill-equipped not only to meet the rapidly changing challenges of today but also to ensure their workforce has the skills and knowledge required for the future.
Implications for the Business
The implications are two-fold. For the learner, the learning experience is fading, and learner engagement continues to gradually decline. For the organization, employees are not learning what they need to know to maintain compliance, develop new competencies and skills, and advance their capabilities leading to negative implications, including a lack of innovation and creativity that makes the organization uncompetitive.
What Can Organizations Do to Offset These Challenges?
In order to meet new demands, organizations have been relying majorly on L&D teams to reskill and upskill the workforce. But it is critical that companies understand the kind of impact the changed workplace dynamics has had on their employees. They are overwhelmed by the new style of working in addition to the new roles and processes brought in place.
L&D teams must take a holistic, learner-centric approach that maintains a continuous and personalized learning in the flow of work. Learners should be able to access to relevant, on-demand content where, when, and how they need it.
How Can EI Design Help in This Endeavor?
We help our customers create high-impact virtual training strategies along with its implementation. From training effectiveness and its impact to upskilling trainers in smoothly transitioning from ILT/VILT/Blended approach, our Advisory services will help you develop a sustainable strategy.
Here are a few ways in which we help our customers:
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From strategy to development to delivery to measurement, we work with customers step-by-step to ensure they create engaging learning environments that have a real, demonstrable impact on the business.