As a global business you often don’t have the luxury of gathering your teams together in one place. Your people don’t have the time and you don’t have the budget. But time together, to ask questions and get answers, is not just important; it’s critical to their success.
The Learning Factor creates a virtual water cooler for learning with the tools to share ideas and ultimately become more productive.
Connect, collaborate, engage and share. This is the language of online social interaction and The Learning Factor’s social learning platform is built on exactly the same principles.
The Learning Factor puts the learner at the centre of your organisation’s knowledge base. Individuals can slice and dice information so that it’s relevant to the business challenges they face every day. They can ask questions from their peers and managers and tap into knowledge and experience in other parts of the organisation.
Social learning platforms aren’t something else your employees have to check after their email. The Learning Factor creates an environment that sparks innovation and creative problem solving, helps employees exchange ideas and find mentors. It’s peer-to-peer space that amplifies other learning and makes it real.
Designing the right content is the first step. Then we look at which media will enhance the way your teams work together. Wikis, blogs, multimedia content including podcasts and videos, discussion forums, online white boards, simulations and instant messaging securely connect individuals with the most relevant information, when and how they need it.
The Learning Factor can design a bespoke social learning platform that embodies your organisational culture. New team members can learn about your processes and procedures while getting a feel for how your organisation strategy plays out on the ground. Or we can tap you into our existing social learning platform, already packed full of resources to help your teams work smarter every day.
If that sounds like something you want in your organisation, let’s talk. Contact The Learning Factor for a demonstration of social learning in action.