Can it be done? How do you go about setting up your e-learning projects to deliver real returns on investment and prove their value? Kineo will co-host a webinar with Marks and Spencer and the Learning and Skills Group on Thursday Oct 7th to answer these and more questions.
This webinar will example both the general principles and specific case studies which show how to demonstrate the value of e-learning. Stephen Walsh of Kineo will co-present with Kineo clients including Marks and Spencer, to show how they have delivered proven business value using e-learning.
This means not only significant cost savings in the delivery of training but also using e-learning for significant performance improvement. In these examples, Stephen will show how the e-learning resulted in documented sales growth, improved customer satisfaction scores, improved financial performance and significant cost reduction for major organizations including M&S and McDonald's.
In this webinar, we'll explore:
• Choosing your metrics and setting a baseline;
• Focusing on the behaviour changes that will deliver results;
• Getting implementation right - what's worked in M&S and McDonald's;
• Communicating your success with the business;
• Building on success with managers and learners.
Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their learning challenges with the group and put questions to the panel in what will be a lively discussion on how to maximize the impact of learning.
The webinar is on Thursday 7th October at 10am UK time.
It's free to attend but places are limited.
We are a leading e-learning solutions company passionate about learning and technology. Kineo (Kineo.com) provides complete solutions including consultancy, e-learning content development and learning platforms. We create innovative solutions using open source software such as Moodle LMS, virtual classrooms and blended solutions.
We have the privilege of working in partnership with a wide range of clients such as Nikon, BP, NHS, Vodafone, McDonald's, HSBC, NSPCC, Canon and many more.