Nearly 2/3 of organizations believe their learning technology is not learner friendly, Brandon Hall Group research shows; and 62% believe it does not meet the needs of the business.
But the right platform can enable a continuous, self-directed, and community-driven social experience that organically and rapidly aligns a workforce — even when much of it is widely dispersed and away from a central office.
In this on-demand webinar, How to Build and Engaged Community of Learners at a Global Company, Brandon Hall Group and NovoEd share a case study featuring Baker Hughes and its social community and knowledge-sharing experience. We also discuss how to:
- Build a global learning delivery and experience tech stack to align employees to an organization’s strategy and with each other
- Curate and deliver various experiences – from self-guided learning, to live virtual events and social networking – to support employees’ continuous development
- Demonstrate the impact of communities of continuous development to business leaders beyond the learning suite