How might a growing team provide new employees the contextual knowledge they need to be more productive sooner?
A nano learning provided on the second day on the job (after a day 1 general onboarding) provides new employees the essential information sequenced from general to abstract, with successive material building on and reinforcing previous material.
Communicate a learning strategy and launch individual learning plans to a team of teams spread across campuses in a month.
This nano-learning captures the why-how-what of the plan and was used to flip several classroom sessions, which served different purposes for different audiences. Ultimately, this approach optimized the L&D team' synchronous learning and freed the team up for other work.
User data revealed some interesting insights:
- Activity is highly influenced by internal communication, especially influencers who post with CTAs on making the jump to the learning
- 54% completion rate is pretty good for something that's not required and provides open navigation.
- Average session time at 5 minutes means it truly was a micro-learning and they didn't make the jump and dump (phew!)