Research shows that 86% of new hires decide to stay or leave a company within their first 6 months. New employees are 69% more likely to stay longer than 3 years if they experience well-structured onboarding.
The time to rethink your approach to onboarding has never been more critical.
With a reimagined approach and right-fit technology, you can speed time-to-competency, mitigate early turnover and continuously build capability on-the-job, which will ultimately drive better business performance.
We are excited to be participating in NRF Protect in Washington, DC June 26-28. Stop by and see us in Booth #330 to hear more about how Axonify helps organizations drive down safety incidents, cut shrink rates, and ensure your people are prepared for anything from threats to hurricanes.
Interested in learning more? Attend our session during the conference Preparing your Store Associates for the Worst presented by Chad McIntosh, VP LP and Risk Management at Bloomingdale’s.
Bersin by Deloitte’s latest research indicates that work and learning continue to converge; the more quickly employees are able to get the right information in their heads and at their fingertips to do their jobs, the better the organization is able to perform. This convergence has led to differences in the way mature organizations view data and measurement of employee development. While L&D has typically relied on traditional tools, like the LMS, for limited activity-based data, many mature organizations are moving beyond this approach to focus on tying learning to business outcomes.
We’re very excited to be a platinum sponsor of ATD 2017 May 21-24 in Atlanta! Stop by and see us in booth #2430 to hear about how effectively arming your employees with the knowledge they need in their heads and at their fingertips can impact your bottom line.
Interested in learning more? Join us for our session:
Topic: It’s time to rethink the LMS
Presenter: JD Dillon
Date: Monday May 22, 3:00 – 4:00 PM
Do you like your LMS? If you’re like a majority of L&D teams, you probably don’t. Why has the LMS fallen so out of favor with the people who use it as their go-to technology on the job? Some platforms haven’t kept up with the pace of technology. Others are administrative burdensome and make L&D pros’ jobs more difficult. Ultimately, the biggest problem is the experience. The LMS is a manifestation of an antiquated notion that learning happens at a specific place and time. Workplace learning doesn’t look like school, but the LMS is still based on an academic model. This gap is what ultimately brings the value of the learning management system into question and creates frustration for L&D and the employees we support.
It’s time for L&D to break up with the LMS. In this session, we’ll show you how companies like Toys “R” Us, Southeastern Grocers and Kaplan have changed their relationship status with the LMS in order to provide improved learning experiences for their employees. We’ll walk through the process for determining the value of your current LMS within the context of a modern learning ecosystem. We’ll demonstrate how alternative learning technology can enable continuous learning and provide clear value to your employees and stakeholders. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of your learning technology options and (hopefully) less reliant on the traditional LMS.
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.