What if you could reduce your on-the-job safety incidents by 54% in 6 months? How much could you improve your employees experience? How much could you reduce your costs? How many lives could you save?
This is the story of how one of the world’s largest companies did just that. By modernizing their approach to learning and performance, Walmart dramatically improved its workplace safety results for 75,000 employees in its US distribution network.
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There’s no question that the LMS has become synonymous with corporate learning across small and large companies alike, and organizations are entrenched in it. But the reality is that many corporate learning management systems remain slow, hard to use, and fall short when it comes to improving employee capability and on-the-job behaviors that impact business objectives. There’s a lot of “wasted learning” taking place and it’s costing organizations millions of dollars every year.
Join David Wentworth, Principal Analyst with the Brandon Hall Group, and Axonify, as they explore some of the ways in which the traditional LMS falls short and new ways organizations should be thinking about learning and learning technology.
Retail associates. Forklift drivers. Food service employees. Plant workers. These deskless workers have one thing in common: They’ve all been underserved by L&D. Yet, these are the employees who are at the greatest risk for workplace injury, interact directly with your customers, own the manufacturing and distribution of your products and, ultimately, have the power to make or break your business—one decision at a time. Traditional approaches to learning and antiquated technology, combined with the complicated working conditions, have perpetuated the idea that it’s just too difficult and expensive to support these employees. But that’s no longer the case.
In a marketplace defined by talent, L&D has the responsibility and opportunity to provide continuous learning and development to all employees, including the sizable deskless workforce, to ensure business survival.
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