Balance work and training is what talents really look for ! 93% want to integrate learning and work, 95% want to respond faster to the speed of business.

But L&D still seem stuck in another time: 56% of formal learning is still delivered face-to-face only, and only 19% of budget goes on technologies. And if we think the answer is to make better courses, your learners have news for you: that’s not what they want. 60% find out more through their own research than they do through formal courses. So more of those are probably not the answer.

Employees are playing their part – seeking out help and support when they need it. But is it always the right stuff? And are L&D teams doing enough to help close the gaps?

So, how to work learning into the workflow?

1. Make it shorter

The oldest gag in the writer’s joke book, from Blaise Pascal: “I have written a longer letter because I didn’t have the time to make it shorter”. If you want to embed learning in the workflow, it needs to be a sharp, focused piece of support. 

How IBI program could be a help?

At IBI, each module does not exceed 15 minutes including lesson and exercises needed to make sure learners reach the objective of the module.


2. Clear out the clutter

If 60% of learners are finding more value in external content than in internal courses, is it time for a winter de-clutter of the catalogue? Keep your LMS or course lists to the minimum. Nobody will miss them – and if they beg for them back, you can always return them by popular demand.

How IBI could be a help?

IBI’s online English courses include different levels of engagement and completion while business courses were confused with Artificial Intelligence technology to learners access course recommendation through analyzing your career objective, adaptive learning and collaborating learning.


3. Help people find what they want

Keeping with this theme, over 70% of learners say they curate content for their own purposes – but 1 in 4 can’t find what they’re looking for. IDC estimated that knowledge workers spend 9.8 hours a week looking for information. If they can’t find it, that’s a lot of wasted time. L&D can help with curation by providing tips and tools to help people filter content that helps with professional goals. 

How IBI could be a help?

  • For companies: The programs were customized based on the requirement of research insights to your organization’s real-world challenges while developing productive new networks among employees.
  • For learners: With infusion of Artificial Intelligence technology, learners can access course recommendation through analyzing your career objective, adaptive learning and collaborating learning.


4. Keep it alive

Knowledge deteriorates rapidly if it’s not applied. You know it when you try your schoolroom French in conversation for the first time in 20 years. Serving up short regular reminders helps to keep us sharp. 

How IBI could be a help?

With short quizzes in every part of a learning module, daily reminders and curated segments of short content. IBI program helps learner work more efficiently and effectively.


5.  Listen and respond

All of these techniques are simple to trial. But before you go large with any of them: watch what works, listen to learners and respond. Try some of these techniques as part of your next learning solution and ask for feedback.

How IBI could be a help?

IBI’s Feedback system was built in each part of a unit / a module that helps teachers and students can communicate almost synchronously.

6. Further reading, revisited

Usually at the end of any course, there’s a list of further resources and reading. All good, but who’s keeping that list up to date. 

How IBI could be a help?

IBI filter to automate the filtering and maintenance of further reading and related content, so it’s constantly refreshed. 


7. Get teams to help you crowd source the content

Most of us work in teams, and we work smarter when we’re tapping into the collective intelligence of our teams. 

How IBI could be a help?

IBI eConnect gives learners a chance for great small group discussions. This also gives the quiet ones a chance to express ideas and knowledge when the teacher has structured the collaboration groups appropriately. We believe the students retain the skills and topical information better for assessments, also. 





At IBI Global, we believe that education drives technology not technology drives education since good teachers and experts inspire learners to be lifelong learners.



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