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This blog post here will explore the concept of role-based training, and how a personalized approach to training through learning pathways will fetch greater training success for enterprises.
To establish the criticality of deploying learning pathways and a role-based training paradigm, let’s uncover some hard facts about the impact on organizations due to ineffective training programs:
If effective training and workforce competency are the ultimate goals, generic training for the entire workforce is futile.
It is time for organizations to discover and implement a role-based training paradigm and curriculum, to deliver specific knowledge and skills. One of the pivotal reasons for its success is its ability to deliver learning outcomes for all stakeholders. Discover answers and inspiring ideas as you journey through this article.
The role-based training paradigm is to deliver training only as per roles and requirements. All employees have specific job roles to perform, and each employee will have various skills and competencies. When training programs and modules are designed after taking stock of an employee’s job role, skill set, level of expertise, and requirements to perform better, such an approach to training is role-based training.
Further, a generic approach to training will not add value to the employee. Unless training is personalized to address immediate needs, and upskill for future requirements, would there be merit for the organization to invest in training.
In our introduction, we spoke about how role-based training delivers outcomes for all. Delivering personalized learning through learning pathways is one of the key USPs for an LXP. A modern, mobile-first Learning Experience Platform can make your role-based training paradigm a reality with ease, and with absolute effectiveness. This is one of the key features that sets an LXP apart from legacy LMSs. To understand this further and to delve deeper into the outcomes-for-everyone aspect, let’s list down some of the major stakeholders for organizations:
Now, let us address how each stakeholder can benefit from personalized learning and improve business outcomes by adopting role-based training through LXP’s learning pathways.
Do read this blog here about providing effective training to improve product adoption and success with customers.
For a better understanding about the role-based training, hear from Shanmugam K., VP of Technology at Origin Learning as he shares his expertise through this short audio resource. A quick starter yet provides a comprehensive understanding of the training paradigm.
Do read this case study for further understanding: Discover how an AI start-up enterprise leveraged training success with role-based training and learning pathways. What are the unique tools deployed for the various audiences? How did the growth-stage company deliver effective product training to the ecosystem of learners, without blocking up their engineers’ time and resources?
Also find insights including, how a quick go-to-market strategy was enabled, and how they ensured successful product adoption.
The role-based training and learning pathways approach also helps to capitalize on building positive experiences to establish customers’ trust and brand loyalty. Similar to deploying custom learning paths to drive product adoption, use the channel to improve customer experiences.
As detailed above, the role-based training paradigm delivered through custom paths allows organizations to map individual roles, skills, and competencies to deliver structured, consequential training. It further allows organizations to build a system that supports immersive and sustainable learning practices. The learning outcomes coupled with business success is evident across all stakeholders. And, a modern approach to learning through a Learning Experience Platform only simplifies implementation while ensuring greater overall success.
Organizations all over the world have embraced the merits and have taken strides in this direction. 82% of the BEST organizations are currently working on improving their approach to personalized learning.
What about you?
This article from Learning Solutions, the official online publication of The Learning Guild, is a great read about role-based training.
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org to discover how the role-based training paradigm and learning pathways could be effectively deployed to suit the training and learning needs in your organization.