There is a lot of interest in corporate MOOCs (or whatever you want to call them) -- tailored, collaborative, cohort-driven learning at scale. But the first stumbling block can sometimes be just knowing where to start.
Webinar: Transform Your organizationat the speed of business with "5 Lessons from Microsoft’s Leading-Edge “Corporate MOOC" Innovations"
Recorded Tuesday, October 10th, 2017
That’s a question we get a lot, and the answer—which is “very different”—rests in part on functionality and in part on DNA. Intrepid’s platform is learner-centric, meaning the fundamental point of it is for learners to learn. An LMS’s fundamental point is record-keeping and making life easier for the administrator (no surprise that the first LMS was called “Registrar”).
This article in the Huffington Post by Anthony Abbatiello of Deloitte caught our eye, and not just because of the provocative title, "The DEATH of the Leadership Program." Abbatiello argues that "the construct of the leadership program is evolving rapidly...and that is probably for the best" and we couldn't agree more. Abatiello also says,
We are delighted to note that, with our clients QuintilesIMS and Microsoft and our partner VitalSmarts, Intrepid won 6 Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning 2017 awards. Here are the details, and links to the case studies for which the awards were given.
Our Client Success Stories page keeps growing! We've got several new case studies to share, including:
Intrepid Principal Consultant Summer Salomonsen has some expert advice in shifting your mindset about online learning, and the possibilities inherent in switching your "hooey-gooey" in-person training to an effective and even moving online learning experience. In this new Training Industry article, "Shift Your Mindset: Online Doesn't Have to Mean Impersonal" she lays out the mental shifts that need to go along with the use of modern learning technologies, and gives practical tips on what you can do online that you can't do in person.
Manjit Sekhon, Intrepid’s director of learning experience design, discusses the Declaration of Modern Learner Rights in this delightful podcast from Brandon Hall's HCMx Radio series. Manjit shares insights into how paying attention to the learner in your design process moves the needle for organizations, and discusses why the Declaration is so important to keep in mind for all of L&D's goals.
Check out our new article in Training Industry Magazine, "Sales Transformation Through Engaging Online Learning Experiences" for real-world stories of how Microsoft, Telstra (Australia's largest telecom company), and a healthcare technology company have transformed their sales enablement. The article discusses how your organization can apply the best practices of online learning experiences to do the same.