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Brandon Hall Partnership
On-demand webinar video:
Extended Enterprise Learning: Building Capability and Driving Performance Across Your Organization’s Entire Value Chain
Discover how an extended learning strategy that empowers your external audiences with knowledge and information can deliver tangible, business-changing results and contribute to achieving your organization’s key strategic goals.
We discuss market demands and trends for leveraging Extended Enterprise Learning, including:
Ways to leverage extended learning to increase market awareness and product adoption
Challenges presented by extended enterprise environments
The role technology plays
Examples of organizations delivering successful extended enterprise programs.
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Questionnaires & Surveys
Provide us with valuable training insight during our data collection period.
Latitude is partnering with Brandon Hall to dive deeper into
the challenges and benefits of Partner (aka: Extended Enterprise) Learning.
Are you trying to extend your training programs to learners that are external to the "four walls" of the organization? These could be remote workers, customers, resellers, partners, etc.
However, you have looked at numerous training programs that focus on the HR element of training. Maybe until now you didn’t realize there was a solution to your problem. Sound familiar?
"Too often, organizations use the terms 'skill' and 'competency' interchangeably. And while we would like all of our employees to be both skilled and competent, these terms have very unique meanings, and can each play a unique role in a learning strategy."
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The Challenge of Managing Skills and Competencies
The purpose of LatitudeLearning and Brandon Hall Group's partnership is to find out how deep this training problem goes in the Extended Enterprise space.
What are the challenges you have had to overcome?
What are the obstacles of training learners that are not necessarily your employees?
What methods have you found that work to train your extended learners?
Over the course of several months this year, we gathered information in the form of knowledge exchanges with our Sr. Managing Principal, John Schroeder, as well as questionnaires and surveys.
After gathering and analyzing all of the data we procured, we hosted a webinar (which is available to watch on demand
Currently we are working on publishing an ebook that will summarize all our findings and the webinar. Be the first to know when the ebook publishes;
for an email notification.