From healthcare to banking, new technologies are ramping up productivity and efficiency, yet digital tools aren’t enough.
By investing in res-killing strategies that combine a strengthened talent pipeline, intelligent technologies, and an angile culture and leadership, companies can expect:
Revenue boost by 38% by 2022; equivalent to US$7.5 billion for the average S&P 500 company; potential lift as high as 50% in the consumer goods and health sectors
Global profit expansion by a total of US$4.8 trillion in the next 4 years; equivalent to US$880 million fot the average S&P 500 company
Employment increase by 10% equivalent to 5,000 jobs for the average S&P 500 company
Creating a fail-safe environment for which learners can practice the skills and knowledge they need is the fastest way to achieve proficiency.
Learning simulations achieve this by mimicking the most predictable experience that employees will encounter in their job and then providing real-time feedback as positive or negative actions are performed.
our approach to learning simulation focuses on these variables
Learners must feel they are actually on the job for
them to enter the mindset needed to learn a new skill.
This requires extreme customization to match the job environment and scenarios.
This is what separates on-the-job training from on-the-job experience.
In learning scenarios, learners have the ability to immediately recall the actions they took to get to a positive or negative outcome, thus making the impact more memorable than a post-event coaching session.
Successful implementations of learning simulations require consistent roll out across all team members,especially those who are considered to already know it all and are mentors to other employees.
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