Client Case Studies

Managing Critical Enterprise Transformation

Training As Real Professional Growth, Not Just "Box-Checking"

Training As Real Professional Growth, Not Just "Box-Checking"

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This global industry leader faced the necessity of significant change in key aspects of its manufacturing and product life-cycle processes. As it was, the company’s key stakeholders and the general public already had little awareness of the true nature of the business and that was affecting external reputation. Meanwhile internal stakeholders had evolved into a permanent “war-footing” with public expectation and were fiercely resistant to any change in traditional processes. Here’s what we did to help the organization learn, thrive and move forward. 


Training As Real Professional Growth, Not Just "Box-Checking"

Training As Real Professional Growth, Not Just "Box-Checking"

Training As Real Professional Growth, Not Just "Box-Checking"

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This key facility in a major company faced a period of malaise in which grassroots crew members seemed to be less personally invested in their work, safety incidents were on the rise, and regulatory compliance activity was increasingly shoddy. Regular e-learning portals generated by corporate were "jazzy" to be sure. But, pedagogically, these tools were generating very little commitment to continuous improvement locally. The direct relationship between management and workforce was fraying at the edges. Here is what we did to help this client transform their learning culture.

Enabling Networks of Local Transformation Leaders

Training As Real Professional Growth, Not Just "Box-Checking"

Selecting the Proper Curriculum, LMS and E-Learning Tools

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This nationwide non-profit organization generates few national headlines. But over 60 years the impacts it has fostered at the local level have been extraordinary. The key to the organization's success is its ability to give citizens the data, tools and techniques they need to bring about positive community change right in their neighborhoods. Managing the learning activity of 600 community affiliates requires solid learning management technique as well as cutting-edge Train-The-Trainer (T3) programming. Here is how we helped them manage and grow the learning process.

Selecting the Proper Curriculum, LMS and E-Learning Tools

Selecting the Proper Curriculum, LMS and E-Learning Tools

Selecting the Proper Curriculum, LMS and E-Learning Tools

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Through decades in youth and adult education, learning system development and educational transformation efforts we have analyzed and rated dozens of different approaches to curriculum development, e-learning design, and overall learning and learner management. Here is how we have helped enterprises develop and grow their learning infrastructure.

Linking Stakeholders To Knowledge They Need

Selecting the Proper Curriculum, LMS and E-Learning Tools

Making Learning Opportunity a Key Workplace Perk

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This fastest-growing county in its region had developed world-class services for neighborhood development and quality of life improvement. But citizens were unaware of the available tools and techniques  they could use to play a role in helping keep their neighborhoods happy and thriving. Here is how we helped county staff spread the learning!

Making Learning Opportunity a Key Workplace Perk

Selecting the Proper Curriculum, LMS and E-Learning Tools

Making Learning Opportunity a Key Workplace Perk

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This leader in its competitive industry desired a warm, team-oriented culture where employees felt they were always empowered to make a real difference in profitability, workplace life quality, and enterprise humanity. They also sought  improved employee retention, enhanced continuous improvement and ongoing innovation. Here is how we designed a unique learning opportunity benefits program to address these broader HR goals.