Digital learning strategy

Rapid evolution of your learning ecosystem

Digitalisation and the increasing complexity of the environments in which we work has accelerated the need for organisations to rethink their people capabilities and how they design, build and deliver learning. While tactics vary by organization our Learning Ecosystem Map can be applied uniformly regardless of industry or use case.

A modern learning ecosystem is built to include

01.

Personalised learning experiences at scale.

02.

A drive for clear impact and fosters ongoing organisational agility.

03.

Bringing ‘learning anywhere, anytime’ to life.

Our approach

Rewire your learning ecosystem and tap into the digital age

01.

Understanding your strategic context

The first step is a review of your strategic context, your aspirations as defined in key organisation strategy documents. We also complete a high level sector analysis to better understand the environment in which you work.

We then analyse the people, culture, capability and learning implications of the above, identifying key themes that feed into the next step of the review.

02.

Mapping your current state

Describing the current state of your organisations learning environment against the learning ecosystem map will solidify our understanding of your current position.    

This includes current state mapping for your organisations governance of learning, learning culture, effectiveness of learning measurement, current people capabilities, learning solutions and programmes, learning approaches, processes, technology, and tools.

03.

Future state and gap analysis

Armed with the complete knowledge of your organisations context we will identify future state considerations drawing from the following:  

• Learning Hype Cycle, by JD
  Dillon
  
• Today’s learning technology
   landscape  

• Learning organisation
  maturity model  

• Our learning design
  principles  

• Our learning model.  

We will then complete an analysis of the gaps between your current and desired future state.

04.

Recommendations and roadmap

Lastly, we bring it all together making a series of recommendations about strategies and tactics your organisation can deploy to rapidly evolve your learning ecosystem and help get you where you want to be.  

This includes developing an evidence-based roadmap from change management practices and your organisations context.

01.

Understanding your strategic context

Firstly, we like to review your strategic context including your aspirations as defined in your organisation’s key strategy documents.    

Completing a high-level sector analysis helps us to better understand the environment in which you work.  Then, we analyse the people, culture, capability and learning implications of the above, to identify the key themes which feed into the next step of our review.

02.

Mapping your current state

Describing the current state of your organisation's learning environment, against the learning ecosystem map will solidify our understanding of your current position.    

This includes current state mapping for your organisations: governance of learning, learning culture, effectiveness of learning measurement, current people capabilities, learning solutions and programmes, learning approaches, processes, technology, and tools.

03.

Future state and gap analysis

Armed with the complete knowledge of your organisation’s context, we will identify future state considerations drawing from the following:  

• Learning Hype Cycle, by JD
  Dillon
  
• Today’s learning technology
   landscape  

• Learning organisation
  maturity model  

• Our learning design
  principles  

• Our learning model.  

We will then complete an analysis of the gaps between your current and desired future state.

04.

Recommendations and roadmap

Lastly, we bring it all together, making a series of recommendations about strategies and tactics your organisation can deploy to rapidly evolve your learning ecosystem and help get you where you want to be.  

This includes developing an evidence-based roadmap, from change management practices and your organisations context.

“Digital Learning does not mean learning on your phone, it means ‘bringing learning to where employees are’, it is a ‘way of learning’ not a ‘type of learning’.”

The Disruption of Digital Learning: 10 Things we have learned by Josh Bersin

Your job is knowing where your organisation is heading in the future. Our job is to help you get there.

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