As work environments evolve, building communities that promote continuous learning will increase employee engagement and improve employee experience, Brandon Hall Group research shows. Social and cohort-based learning solutions enable many forms of collaboration and are must-have tools now. They make it easy to develop many types of learning communities that are in demand.
But what does that look like in real life?
Download this ebook by NovoEd and Brandon Hall Group — How to Build an Engaged Community of Learners at a Global Energy Company — to read a case study about the social learning community and knowledge-sharing experience developed by Baker Hughes, a leading energy technology company with more than 55,000 employees. Its CORE program has delivered several measurable and business-focused benefits, including improvements in absenteeism, turnover and engagement.
In this ebook, you will learn:
- What makes the social, collaborative and cohort-based learning experience like Baker Hughes’ program the future of learning
- 3 keys to success with learners who value experiences that enable them to interact and learn by doing, over courses and formal learning
- Strategies Baker Hughes has leveraged to demonstrate to its learners that it is investing in employees and providing structures and pathways to follow
- How Baker Hughes based its approach around a performance management metric called Return on Experience (ROX), which brings together “soft” investments in organizational culture with “hard” investments in technology and analytics
Download it now!