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How Do You Achieve High Impact Learning?

In high-performance learning organizations, enterprise content strategy separates the winners from the finishers.

High impact learning organizations maximize efforts by reusing and repurposing content. . . The investment pays off in improved employee performance and organizational capabilities. Content capabilities separate high impact learning organizations from the rest.

Bersin by Deloitte

High Impact Learning By the Numbers

  • It takes 804 Hours and $40,200 to create a full course (including instructor-led materials and mobile outputs)
  • The same course done using a single-source strategy takes 121 hours and $6,000

This saves an average of 683 hours and $34,000, according to Chief Learning Strategiest Bryan Chapman.

High impact learning content at the point-of-need drives retention, which is key to ongoing employee performance. According to McKinsey, knowledge workers in enterprises spend an average of 5 hours per week, or 12% of their time just searching for content. Field workers have less access to the job when they need it most.

How Does Single-Source Content Delivery Help?

Single source content delivery, or content that was written once but can be delivered in multiple outputs, will allow you to…

  • Make changes to content at the granular level without the need to republish full course materials
  • Share and reuse content around competency subject matter to improve consistency, accuracy and quality of learning content
  • Match small, easy to consume learning nuggets to indiviuals from any device
  • Measure content effectiveness to enable learning staff to respond to learner needs at the speed of business, and relate learning to business performance