ELIGs Top 10 - European organisations share results stories of learning using technology …
ELIGs Top 10 - European organisations share results stories of learning using technology
ELIG.org has initiated a project to enable the workplace learning industry to share their success stories of learning using technology. The aim of the project is to help change the way Europe learns by highlighting the powerful evidence hidden within individual stories and bringing them together as a collection of micro-stories to be shared to inspire others. These stories are from organisations who have measured the impact of their blended learning projects.
ELIG recognised that the workplace learning industry is not always understood and has struggled to successfully demonstrate the potential impact that learning using technology can have on the success of an organisation. The stories highlight to business leaders that new ways of learning are already influencing business agility, competitive advantage and improving the bottom line.
The initiative saw a broad range of organisations from a number of sectors coming together to compile an initial collection of stories. ELIG members were invited to vote, over a six month period in 2012, on which showed the best business results and best diversity. The final top 10 winning stories from this process were then compiled. These include stories from Ford, Ikea, Speexx, Caterpillar, The Columbian Government, The NHS, Boots, Cisco, Howdens and Learndirect.
These top 10 micro-stories are available for all on the ELIG website, www.elig.org and as a collection, they tell a powerful story of how the right kind of learning can contribute to an organisation’s bottom line.