Time is a constraint that unifies us all. No one has endless time, and as we struggle to balance the demands on business with those of family, friends and our own need for “alone time”, time becomes our most precious commodity. The intellectual capital of the forerunners in your organisation is arguably your most valuable asset if shared throughout the company. If it isn't shared, the knowledge is isolated, stagnant, and restricted. Sharing this knowledge takes time, and time is expensive and scarce.
We understand this.
The classical approach of holding internal presentations require the presenter to be there every time. One hour-long presentation repeated ten times in ten different departments is ten hours, plus the preparation, travel time, and technical difficulties. And one person was off sick.
Recording the lecture or presentation solves the time issue, and is easy to distribute, but lacks interaction and engagement.
One voice, talking for sixty minutes, where the speaker receives no feedback, isn't the solution. It's demotivating for the speaker to exist in a space where they cannot know if their message is understood.
We understand that we must revitalize corporate learning without dominating your company’s and your experts' calendars. It must be quick and time-efficient to produce a high-quality program.
The podcast format, combined with our streamlined preparation and post-production processes, where we connect the podcast to a wide range of learning materials on our digital learning platform, allows us to create a customized digital learning case and only take one hour of your expert's time. It's time-efficient and produces a tailormade learning case for your business because your expert provides the core content.
This blog series features two other blogs on the future of corporate education. Read The Case for T-shaped employees to discover the workplace we must create and to explore the value of case-based learning read Why Modern Corporate Education needs Storytelling.