An effective digital learning strategy can help you cut costs and enable learning across your organisation at the ‘speed of business’ in a world where agility and innovation drive success.
Every employee, manager and executive decision-maker in your organisation will be impacted by the growth of digital learning. So what’s your plan?
Ark Group’s report, Next Generation Digital Learning Strategies provides a clear framework for building a results-focused learning strategy for your organisation with e-learning and new approaches to building workforce capability at its heart.
It looks at the impact that new ways of working, learning models and technologies will have on your organisation and addresses key issues to ensure your digital learning strategies are a success. Detailed guidance is provided to assist you in:
- Building the business case for digital learning;Understanding the legal and regulatory environment;
- Incorporating informal learning into your digital learning strategy;
- Identifying new capabilities for learning management systems (LMS);
- Exploiting user generated content (UGC) and crowd sourcing approaches;
- Harnessing the potential of mobile ‘on-the-go’ learning;
- Implementing social media tools and systems for social learning; and
- Developing electronic performance support systems (ePSS) to boost productivity.
Real-life case studies offer invaluable behind-the-scenes access to the successful digital learning strategies, processes, content, and solutions of leading organisations.
These include: Marks & Spencer, The Law Society of England and Wales, Covidien Vascular Therapies, Belgacom, Dixons Group, ASB Bank, China Telecom, Texas Industries to name a few.
Chapter 1: The changing landscape of learning
Chapter 2: eLearning and beyond
Chapter 3: Developing a strategy for next generation digital learning
Chapter 4: The digital learning strategy framework
Chapter 5: Developing specific digital learning strategies
Chapter 6: The business case for next generation digital learning
Chapter 7: Regulatory and standards issues
Case study 1: New financial advisor legislation training in New Zealand
Case study 2: Informal digital onboarding – More complex than you think
Case study 3: Medical training in the virtual world
Case study 4: Learning by being – Making a plea in mitigation
Case study 5: An eLearning and leadership programme creates opportunities for rural women
Case study 6: Digital learning – A journey to social learning
Case study 7: Integrated digital learning at scale in China
Case study 8: Serious games using a rich blend of digital learning
Case study 9: An award-winning medicine digital learning programme
Case study 10: Solving service issues and making big savings with digital learning
Case study 11: Digital learning through kiosks in the workplaceCheck our Executive Summary and full table of contents here