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This is simply e-learning for dummies. This presentation focuses on how each mode of training delivery, From Classroom to Multimedia modules, can be used effectively to support Learning Strategy

This is simply e-learning for dummies. This presentation focuses on how each mode of training delivery, From Classroom to Multimedia modules, can be used effectively to support Learning Strategy

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  • 1. Using E-Learning to leverage Learning Strategy
  • 2. How does E-Learning Value Add?
    • A successful E-Learning strategy creates an optimum supply chain of Learning within organization. It connects the knowledge consumers with the knowledge providers in an organization through channels that minimize efforts.
    • Some Outcomes of successful e-learning strategy are:
    • To create a knowledge sharing culture within an organization
    • To create relevance of Learning to Strategy by Just-In-Time delivery systems
    • To ensure ‘ Bang for Bucks ’ in training delivery through multiple modes
  • 3. How does e-learning help
    • The most notable advantages of e-learning are flexibility, convenience and the ability to work at your own pace.
    • Adaptability to learners needs as individual based learning curriculum can be defined.
      • Unlike classrooms Reinforcement Cost of knowledge is almost ‘zero’
    • Online learning is an affordable way to reaching at every level and every location of the organization – increasing touch points
      • Ensuring standardized training delivery across the organisation
      • Logistical Issues made irrelevant
    • Easy tracking of Learning Process within the organization.
      • A Balance Sheet of Identified Needs Vs Learning Delivered can be created
    • Knowledge can be delivered in more than just lectures & exercises
    • Making all training available to everyone leading to ‘one virtual company’
  • 4. What broad outcomes should be aimed at
    • Making learning Flexible
      • Learn at your ones own pace- Choose from a bouquet of classrooms, virtual classrooms, online modules and assessments.
      • Mobile Learning - ‘Check in on the latest updates while on the move’
    • Using the strength of each mode of learning
      • Using classrooms for personal interventions and e-learning for concepts
      • Blended Learning – Different modes of learning. E-learning supporting classroom and vice versa.
    • Making Learning Collaborative
      • Share & Learn – What I know I share, What I don’t know I get to learn
      • Leveraging on SMEs from across the organization and industries
  • 5. Different Modes of Learning Delivery
  • 6. Ideal Mode of Delivery Map
    • Any training need is a specific question asked by the trainee
    • Any training need can be categorized under one of the above five questions
    • What delivery mode to be used depends on what is the question that is being asked
  • 7. Classroom Training
    • What it can do best…..
    • Skill based training i.e.. Behavioral, domain concepts that require practice
    • Psychologically most comfortable form of learning for Indian audience
    • How would be the ideal audience
    • Batch of fresher inductees
    • Experience employee looking forwards to application of advanced concepts
    • What are its limitations
    • Logistics of organizing it influences everything like Training Design, Batch Profile, Delivery Schedule and thereby the effectiveness
    • Possibility of reinforcement is very limited
    • Trainer centered delivery and not participant centered
  • 8. Virtual Classroom
    • What it can do best…..
    • Product and processes
    • Skill based training in domain concepts that require practice
    • Can be delivered to a geographically dispersed crowd
    • Trainer can be from any part of the organization
    • What are its limitations
      • IT logistics of organizing it
      • New values/ discipline required for facilitating
    • How would be the ideal audience
    • Fresher seeking the concepts
    • Experience employee looking forwards to application of advanced concepts
    • Experts seeking to exchange best practices on a regular basis
  • 9. E-Content/ Online Content
    • What it can do best…..
      • Conceptual training in tutorial mode
      • Product and processes
      • Can be delivered to a geographically dispersed crowd
    • How would be the ideal audience
    • Entire conceptual training that focuses on knowing and remembering
    • What are its limitations
      • Is devoid of Human element
      • Can delivery only knowledge awareness training programs
  • 10. Collaborative Learning Tools
    • What it can do best…..
    • Can clear queries on concepts and structure FAQs
    • Can be delivered to a geographically dispersed crowd
    • Expert can be from any part of the organization
    • Good Training reinforcement tool
    • Good tool to handle queries on products arising on the job
    • How would be the ideal audience
      • People who are looking forwards to a reinforcement
      • People who have queries on what they have practices in their jobs
      • People who want to share best practices
    • What are its limitations
    • Cannot deliver tutorial/ lecture type trainings
  • 11. Seminar & Conferences
    • What it can do best…..
    • Expert Forums where knowledge and best practices are shared
    • How would be the ideal audience
    • People who seek to share knowledge and not just gain it.
    • What are its limitations
    • Not cost effective, Can hardly be held within the organization
    • Mostly external nominations
  • 12. Newsletters
    • What it can do best…..
    • Create common opinions
    • Share best practices
    • Showcase champions
    • How would be the ideal audience
    • Everyone who can contribute
    • What are its limitations
    • Both contributions and reading would be voluntary
  • 13. Matching Learner Profile to Delivery Modes
  • 14. Learner’s Journey: Part-1
    • Do not know anything of the Projects and processes of this organization
    • I want to know who is who in this place
    Basics of products and processes Organizational Awareness Inputs Received Just Joined First 3 months E-content Classroom Mode of Delivery
  • 15. Learner’s Journey: Part-2 Reinforcement of products and processes training Performance Support Inputs Received Seen the first battle First 12 months
    • I have questions on what I have practiced
    • I need more inputs on concepts
    Virtual Classroom Collaborative Tools Mode of Delivery
  • 16. Learner’s Journey: Part-3
    • I need to specialize in the domain knowledge
    • I have experience and knowledge that I can share
    Seen life here Post 12 months Sharing knowledge from experience Meeting experts to gain knowledge Inputs Received Mentors Seminar Newsletter Mode of Delivery
  • 17. Using different modes in Organizational Learning New Joinees / Freshers Frontline Managers/ Staff Experienced people and SMEs Induction/ On-boarding Process Advanced Knowledge Basic Knowledge Knowledge Reinforcement What is to be learnt Who needs to learn Classroom Virtual Classroom Collaboration Tools E-Content Seminar & Conference Newsletter Methods to learn Learner Centric Modes Content Centric Modes
  • 18. Expected Ideal Results
  • 19. What can be achieved
    • Better focus
      • Deliver the exact topics requested instead of general two day programs
    • Knowledge transfer broken into smaller packets
      • Two day training broken into smaller topics of four half days or three half days and a collaboration center
    • Just in time learning
      • Sessions scheduled and delivered as and when the employees request
    • Learning Reinforcement
      • Repeated sessions for the same audience on the same or related topics on request
      • Collaboration center follows every session of classroom or virtual classroom
    • Contribution from everyone
      • Experts from across the hierarchy should be identified and asked to contribute in newsletter and collaboration centers
      • On the whole better Supply Chain Management of Learning