How Nestlé cancelled classrooms and empowered learner experiences online
Transforming performance reviews in the face of massive disruption
Esquel Group implemented a continuous feedback system through check-ins, simplified performance reviews and ratings, and centralised learning for employees with Cornerstone OnDemand
Spotlight on RPS: Transitioning to an updated employee experience ecosystem for the future of work
As a professional services firm defining, designing, and managing projects in urbanisation, natural resources and sustainability, RPS boasts a team of 5,000 consultants, engineers and scientists. With such a broad employee base, RPS; People and Organisational Development leads sought to create a performance-based employee experience that was easy and intuitive for all. In essence, they sought to continue to grow RPS as a great place to do great work.
Spotlight on Eisai and Amplifon: Strengthening employees’ skills and competencies with effective L&D strategies
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 during the COVID-19 pandemic allowed employees a smoother transition into a new style of work.
Spotlight on Electrolux and Ageas: Preparing for and maintaining impactful learning programs
Driving business outcomes from an investment in learning content requires an engagement strategy that makes learning materials available and accessible to employees. Organisations need to launch and maintain learning programmes effectively to ensure they have maximum impact on both employees and the business as a whole. Both Ageas and Electrolux have successfully launched digital learning programmes, each taking steps to maintain and sustain engagement.
Spotlight on Deutsche Post DHL and Alstom: Delivering skills-first careers powered by AI
Historically, skills development has been taught through classroom-style teaching sessions which are often broad and generalised to increase their appeal across multiple sectors. This single learning approach doesn’t work for the world of today – we need faster upskilling and reskilling, we need them at the right time in the right context, and we need these skills to be applicable to our roles now and in the near future.
Streamlining a diverse industrial group with an agile and entrepreneurial learning strategy
"Tessenderlo Group is a diversified company that has a global vision whilst staying true to local needs. Cornerstone’s flexible and intuitive solutions suit our requirements perfectly. Simple integration has unlocked functionalities and have given greater flexibility to our organisation, as well as lifting the admin burden through an intuitive and easy-to-use system. Together with Cornerstone, our strategic vision and learning functionality can be accelerated with the facilitation of community, creating natural progression opportunities." Toon Patyn, HR Services Manager, Tessenderlo Group
Agility and consistency within a broad and diverse public service organisation
The Flemish administration is a public service organisation for the Flemish Region serving more than 50 entities with ten different policy areas. The organisation has a broad and diverse range of responsibilities spanning from leisure and housing, education to employment. Each policy area is composed of a department (conducting planning) and several agencies (implementing the policies).
Imperial College London: Developing a first-class recruitment solution
Imperial College London is credited as one of the world’s top ten higher education institutions, with a mission to benefit society through its excellence in science, engineering business and medicine. Part of achieving its mission, and retaining its high-profile status on the world stage, is hiring great people across all areas of the university, including catering, IT, communications, HR and academia.
Cornerstone Transforms Global Learning at Aberdeen Standard Investment
Matthew Gibb, Leadership, Learning and Talent Consultant at Aberdeen Standard Investment, discusses how Cornerstone enables a consistent, global learning strategy that ensures tangible results in a heavily regulated industry.
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Learning Excellence by name and by nature
Generali: Investing in people through skills development and personalisation
Generali is an Italian insurance company and is among the top ten largest firms in its sector globally with over 55 million customers. The company operates in a fast-paced environment so is focussed on training and providing ongoing skills development opportunities for its people. However, when the pandemic and lockdown restrictions hit, Generali needed to find a way to pivot its people development programme, and with over 75,000 employees in more than 60 countries worldwide, this was not going to be an easy task. Beyond making learning accessible for everyone, the company needed to ensure that its learning was both engaging and personalised too. So, Generali created the We LEARN platform, a succinct global platform, powered by Cornerstone OnDemand, with interactive and high-quality courses that allows its people to access learning in their own time, from anywhere in the world. Employees can now tailor, personalise and take control of their own learning.