The Self-Directed Learning Engine™ (SDLE) enables our customers to identify and close skill gaps through personalized learning. We automate the creation of personalized learning plans that provide relevance, empowerment and engagement to employees, strategic skill intelligence to the business, and demand planning to the Learning & Development departments.
We have found that many organizations missed targets because they are unable to effectively link employee skills to corporate strategy. We believe this is due to the following characteristics of their skill management and development systems:
When you don’t overcome these challenges, skills cannot be linked to strategy.
The Self-Directed Learning Engine overcomes these challenges. The SDLE can:
To truly link employee skills to corporate strategy, you must get granular. This holds true in how you assess employees’ capabilities and in the training solutions you provide. Focus on job-specific skills vs. high level competencies. Granularity delivers relevance. Relevance creates buy-in. And buy-in leads to change in behavior.
We're not trying to change your culture. We're trying to fix a problem. Our customers need to respond to change today. Skill gaps = opportunity costs. Incremental changes that begin today are more powerful than a transformation whose benefits you may not see for years.
Engagement is key to changing behavior. We drive engagement through the skill gap identification process, and how those gaps are closed. Self-Directed Learning gets them engaged. According to a recent Gallup survey, organizations with a high rate of engaged employees have 3.9 times the earnings per share growth rate compared to companies with lower engagement in their industry.
LEAN is about eliminating waste. When it comes to training, waste typically occurs in what gets built and how it is consumed. One size does NOT fit all. We believe in personalized learning. Through our granular approach, employees can self-direct to and consume only what they need. The SDLE eliminates training waste developing and delivering the wrong content to the wrong audience.
Management Team: Cheryl Lasse and Stuart Rogers