Empowering Employees by Learning & Development at Amplifon
Learning and development strategies must continue to evolve in the ever-changing world of work. Training and development provide employees with a softer landing into change, and the introduction of digital learning and development platforms allowed employees a smoother transition into a new style of work.
Recreating the learning experience at bioMérieux
How do you make something new out of what you already have? How do you recreate the user experience without changing the LMS? How do you give a sense of organisation to digital transformation? Johanna Henry, the Immersive Learning Project & LMS Manager at bioMérieux and Landry Takeu, Manager Customer Success at Cornerstone, answered these questions with a brilliant demonstration at the Learning Technologies show in Paris last May. It’s a tale of a total visual and functional restructuring of the tool in place, unifying the interface while meeting the specific demands of individuals and teams. And it’s been so successful that some people believed the LMS had actually changed!
Symphony RetailAI and Cognita Schools: Successfully deploying a centralised HR process while meeting local needs
When you’re a global organisation, the idea of remote work is hardly novel. Coordinating employees spread across different countries and time zones has always been part of the job for HR departments of widespread organisations. However, managing this complexity is never easy, and success lies in choosing the right strategy: Is it better to have multiple decentralised local approaches, or a single centralised global one? Besides having a global footprint, Symphony RetailAI and Cognita Schools couldn’t be any more different. Yet they have both found success in managing their global teams by adopting similar approaches that leverage an AI-powered platform.
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RPS strives to ‘make complex easy’
RPS is a global professional services firm specialising in the natural and built environment, spanning 125 countries.The company employs a broad range of people from consultants to academics, scientists, architects and engineers, and everything in between. Until 2018 HR was decentralised, with no global agenda or People Director, and several different manual systems and processes in place.
Spotlight on GMV: Providing a great talent and employee experience
Group GMV specialises in technological innovation solutions in sectors such as space, automotive, cybersecurity and defence. Faced with the current challenges in finding talent, the company has doubled its recruitment efforts, and is now recruiting an average of 60 people a month. Crucially, through GMV’s work with Cornerstone, this process has been digitalised.
Solvus offers users greater insight into their coaching programmes, thanks to Cornerstone
How do you find the best talent with the right, future-proof skills? Many organisations are currently struggling with this challenge. Belgian company Solvus supports organisations in their search and helps them resolve their talent needs. Solvus doesn’t just look for the right match, it also looks for (undiscovered) talent already present in the organisation. The company focuses on total talent management (TTM) and integrates an array of strategies for developing existing employees and attracting permanent and flexible talent.
Glencore’s bespoke ethics and compliance training boosts employee engagement globally
Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies and a major producer and marketer of more than 60 responsibly sourced commodities that advance everyday life. Through a network of assets, customers and suppliers that spans the globe, it produces, processes, recycles, sources, markets and distributes the commodities that enable decarbonisation while meeting the energy needs of today.
NSPCC revamps learning strategy, with child wellbeing at its heart
The NSPCC’s mission is to prevent abuse and neglect. The landscape of safeguarding children has changed significantly in recent years. The arrival of COVID-19 made reaching and supporting vulnerable children, while their needs and risks were rising, all the more challenging. However, the pandemic also presented an opportunity for the NSPCC to innovate and test new ways of working, with digitalising workforce learning being a key example. The NSPCC looked to implement a learning strategy that would enable it to give the best possible care to as many children as possible within this ‘new normal’, and well into the future. With a mixture of paid employees and volunteers across the organisation – from managing apprenticeships to inducting ChildLine volunteers to prepare them to answer calls from young people – NSPCC’s learning needs were broad, and it was important for the new learning strategy to be and feel as inclusive as possible.
Zee Entertainment transforms its learning experience with Edcast
Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEE) is a leading content company offering entertainment content to diverse audiences. With a presence in over 190 countries and a reach of more than 1.3 billion people around the globe, ZEE is among the largest global Media & Entertainment Companies across genres, languages, and integrated content platforms.
How Westpac Banking accelerated onboarding with MyGuide
Established in 1944, the World Bank Group is headquartered in Washington, D.C. With 189 member countries, staff from more than 170 countries, and offices in over 130 locations, the World Bank Group is a unique global partnership working on the mission to implement sustainable solutions to reduce poverty and build shared prosperity in developing countries.
How IIFL transformed employee experience with EdCast
IIFL Finance is one of the largest financial services firms in India. It provides a diverse range of loans and mortgages through its subsidiaries — IIFL Home Finance Limited and Samasta Microfinance Limited. They offer home, gold, and business loans, including loans against property, medium & small enterprise financing, microfinance, developer and construction finance, and capital market finance — catering to retail and corporate clients. The company has a nationwide presence with a thriving network of 3000+ branches in over 500 cities. IIFL strongly believes in the power of people to be their strength, support, and backbone of the business.