For so long there was a common belief that all that mattered was content. Know your multiplication tables, memorize your spelling words, and master neat handwriting. Often that meant training was simply telling. At Infopro our mission is to help you unlock the potential of your people to maximize your investment in them. Our learning strategy practice focuses on your current state, your ideal state, and a model of best-in-class in your situation in order to accomplish this.
We talk to people in your company, review your existing training and in short few weeks offer you a personalized strategy for learning at your company with role-specific learning journeys, high-level curriculum paths and strategic insight for a go-forward plan. We begin with the end in mind by creating a success plan to determine metrics for success particularly in behavior change and business results.
Our learning strategy process can be broken down into three steps
Conduct information-gathering through interviews and surveys to understand what is working and what is not. Our strategist listens for goals, priorities, focus areas as well as roadblocks, challenges, and gaps.
Our strategy team includes a Learning Experience Architect who will review the existing training looking for leverageable assets that are working and areas that might be considered gaps or out-of-date.
The strategy team will remain on alert to identify challenges and roadblocks. The output will even include those non-training related roadblocks they might uncover so they are not lost.
At Infopro, we take success metrics very seriously. We start thinking about this the second we first talk to you considering metrics that we can influence with the training. We flip the Kirkpatrick model and begin with the business results and behavior change metrics.
Our analysis is laser focused on key criteria: learner-centricity including learner personas to identify similarities and differences among the targeted roles, the core competencies, and the current curriculum.
Our analysis includes an evaluation of the current content lifecycle and maintenance plan for training assets. The strategist will also look at communication and ways to enhance it.
This section forms the heart of the strategy presentation. The strategist lays out an overview of what was uncovered and what the current state looks like. The team then offers up insights for the future.
Based on those insights, the Learning Experience Architect presents a high-level curriculum design with recommended topics, levels, modality and timing. This also includes a content maintenance plan.
The team also creates a visual depiction of the learning paths for each targeted role. This may include recommendations about badges and certifications.
To help determine next steps the strategy will include specific design and development recommendations with a “start anywhere and go everywhere” approach.
Infopro Learning's turn-key strategy solutions are the best way to ensure your next learning program is successful.
Our approach towards strategy assessments with the end goal is centered around improving business performance. According to your business needs, we follow a structured approach to facilitate collaboration and drive engagement to get insightful discussions.
Our team of experienced professionals discuss with the right stakeholders and identify the challenges that are faced with the current program and suggest the next steps that can mitigate those.
Not only program execution, our aim remains to unlock the potential of your human capital, and to deliver that, we ensure that all our strategic measures are prepared with the focus to expand your workforce capability.
The strategic framework implemented by our teams to strengthen your L&D initiatives always creates a solidarity towards your employee development path and business vision. With our L&D strategy, whatever your workforce wishes to achieve throughout their journey, it gets directly linked to your business demands.
We developed a framework for distributor and direct sales teams using the REAL sales model, relevant for all roles to address challenges, and a periodical map to improvise sales skills.