Season 2: Going Virtual with Learning Interventions
Taking learning interventions virtual is not new, just that the need has suddenly accelerated. Like any other organizational change process, it is complex, involving processes, technology, people, mindsets and leadership. Companies are experimenting with a wide variety of variables and how to make things work. Aspects of application, inclusivity, learner centricity, cost and effectiveness as additional dimensions to keep in mind.
Here is a series of conversations that enables us to look at different aspects of this challenge-how are companies and practitioners thinking about the various aspects of taking learning interventions virtual.
S02 Ep01: How Senior Leaders are Looking at Learning? What Role should the HR Teams Play in Promoting Learning?
While companies and leaders understand the need and utility of investing in learning, the jury is still out on effectiveness and stickiness on some kinds of learning – e.g. virtual, for certain.
S02 Ep02: Designing Virtual Learning Journeys
S02 Ep03: Improving Inclusiveness of virtual learning interventions
Diversity and inclusion is an extremely important agenda for almost all companies today, for a variety of reasons. In the learning area, this is still to become a mainstream topic of discussion and debate.
S02 Ep04: Challenges in Measuring Effectiveness of Virtual Learning Interventions
Virtual learning of all kinds is proliferating and is everywhere around us. It has been there for a while but has moved relatively slowly in terms of uptake. The pandemic is getting organizations to re-think how they could create better blends in learning interventions. Measuring effectiveness is a key subject to tackle, especially as historically learning measurement has always been debated and challenged by business.
S02 Ep05: Creating a Self-Driven Culture for Virtual Learning
There is a push for digital culture and virtual learning as a part of it. In fact, going digital has been on the agenda of companies for a while now. There is though a wide gap still between those that have adopted virtual, and those that have not – both at individual learner level as well as at the organizational level.