AXA - Tom Bailey from Axa talks about their rapid digital transformation & the positive correlation between learner engagement and learning
Axa is one of the largest insurance providers in the world, with over 160 000 employees in 60 countries. Tom Bailey, Learning Experience Manager, explains how with the help of Cornerstone Learning they managed to drastically change and modernise their L&D strategy. Before, 80% of all training at Axa was classroom training and only 20% was digital and most of that was compliance training. Now, with the help of Cornerstone and an ambitious plan, 70% of all training is digital, with new and relevant content, insights and analytics. It has helped drive engagement and the learning experience at Axa. And they’re not done yet! Listen to their plans for the future.
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