Fundamentally, it is therefore a matter of making employees choose for themselves how and on what they want to be trained. The company would only be an actor, a facilitator of their personal development.
The new Personal Training Account (PTA). The xAPI standard seems to be moving in this direction. It is designed to capture reporting data on informal learning.
However, this does not mean L&D professionals don’t have a big role to play. They will be advisers, marketers, and curator, rather than content creator and administrators.
This also gives a special important to team managers.
They will be able to create micro-content and share it with their teams. They will also have the opportunity to inspire them by creating playlists and adding content that people will receive in the form of notifications.
We remain convinced that every manager wants his or her teams to develop as best as possible the skills of their team. It is however a difficult for him or her to fulfill this role of curation, prescription or even inspiration.
How many managers, or even employees, send their team a link by email or chat to an interesting article? How many of you have sent yourself links to articles by email to keep track of them? And on the day, you want to find the information, what happens? You can’t find it.
That’s why we came up with the LXP Mobile Bealink.
To blend formal and informal learning.
To stop focusing on the KPI “time spent on content” every morning and convince yourself that mentalities have or will evolve.
To show that the paradigm of investing in training solely in terms of ROI is a thing of the past.