How These 4 Businesses Are Changing E-Learning Effectiveness

How These 4 Businesses Are Changing E-Learning Effectiveness

Companies are fed up with the ineffectiveness of traditional corporate training tools and are looking for a more effective training program. They want greater e-learning effectiveness, and new solutions to old problems. Here are a few businesses getting better results in corporate learning after switching to Adaptive Learning:

1. TrackMan

TrackMan had a problem. They needed to get their golf analytics to customers who didn’t want to take long courses but wanted to improve their golf game on the side. If TrackMan couldn’t pass their knowledge on to potential customers, they’d be in trouble.

TrackMan’s solution was to create TrackMan University, Area9’s Adaptive Learning e-learning program that helped golf players utilize the TrackMan platform in a convenient, on-the-go format. TrackMan wanted to take their learners out of the classroom, to learn anywhere (especially on the golf course). They chose Adaptive Learning and changed the way golfers learned the game.

2. The New England Journal of Medicine

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Many physicians have to study while on the job, in the midst of an already rigorous profession. While juggling their work and home life, there’s not much time left for studying - especially effective studying. Yet, continuous education is a critical component of a physician’s compliance, success, and even just maintaining their license.

The New England Journal of Medicine wanted to create a way for these physicians to study in bite-sized time slots, to not only speed up the learning time, but also increase the efficacy of their training. While speed of delivery was essential, efficacy and learning objectives couldn’t be sacrificed for that speed.

The result was a learning management system that could be used in between seeing patients, and was accessible to less tech-friendly physicians who would not normally have time to learn software on top of their medical studying. Area9’s learning management system achieved the balance between accessibility and quality that the journal had been looking for.

3. Coloplast

Coloplast needed to transform the way they trained employees - and fast. But that was no easy task: they needed to train hundreds of employees from all over the globe.

Coloplast made the switch to an Adaptive Learning system that could deal with vast variation in employee background, language, and location. Moreover, over 90% of employees felt that the new training program was worthwhile training, which is an unusually positive response for corporate learning.

4. Hitachi Vantara

Hitachi needed to train more than 7,000 internal employees and 25,000 third-party resellers in highly technical information. By implementing Adaptive Learning, the company developed an education system that used individual learner profiles and specialized learner performance data to achieve a high level of training success, reducing the average employee’s training time by 50%.

E-Learning Effectiveness Can Be Achieved

Would you like to see your corporate learning transformed as with these companies? Similar results to these trend-setting businesses are easy to achieve with Adaptive Learning. Check out this comparative case study to determine if Adaptive Learning is right for your business.

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