A blueprint for transforming your learning ecosystem

High performing companies have a history of innovation and are valued based on their continued ability to innovate. Learning is the essence of innovation.

Employees share an inherent desire and enthusiasm for learning. Learning leaders recognize this fact and oftentimes struggle to capitalize on it. Leaders also recognize that segregated learning technologies such as the LMS, LXP, LCMS, microsites, etc. tend to constrain employee curiosity and their preference to learn in the flow of work.

Roles required to unleash learning and employee curiosity depend on customer experience and marketing, not the stuffy librarian telling you to keep your head down and finish your compliance training.

The idea of meeting the consumer where they are via proper segmentation, targeting and positioning of content is now ubiquitous and an assumed aspect of an everyday consumer experience. The good news for learning leaders is that the processes needed to curate experiences for employees, emulating the Amazon or Netflix recommendation experience, have been defined and deployable.  

Traditional learning solutions lean administratively centric with most development requirements originating from tenured learning administrators seeking a more effective way to deliver, track and report compliance training. Modern learning capabilities are broad in scope and can be best leveraged when integrated to provide a seamless employee experience ranging from third-party content to employee created content using a video platform.

The Learning Experience Framework (LEF) ® provides a blueprint for transforming underwhelming, isolated learning and talent technologies into a cohesive learning ecosystem that promotes and enhances employee curiosity, performance, and workforce agility.

LEF will help you as a learning leader:

1. Develop and execute holistic learning strategies

2. Ensure your company has the skills needed to win

3. Demonstrate ROI and maximize learning budget

4. Cultivate business partnerships

5. Create and/or fortify a learning culture

If employee engagement with your organization’s learning capabilities is stodgily based on compliance training and not leading to insights or increased talent mobility . . . and you are exploring a shift in employee learning behavior to that which exceeds a Google search while generating bilateral support of business objectives, the Learning Experience Framework can be your guide.