In order to achieve positive change at any organisation, its implementation needs to be carefully planned. Transforming the way your organisation learns is no different. It was this type of careful change management that enabled CDSM to first create, and then help one of our customers to implement, the e-learning programme that won gold at the 2014 e-learning awards.
So how can you transform your own organisation’s e-learning content, and get the all-important OK from your leadership team? Let’s take a look.
Support Your Vision with Evidence
Proving your case by pointing to statistical data gives your views credibility. A great way to show that your project can deliver results is by performing pilot studies using a small number of learners, and then presenting your findings to your leadership team.
Gradually Build Trust in Your Strategy
Converting the rest of your organisation to new e-learning is much easier if it looks good. By making e-learning shine on the screen, it becomes much easier for users to imagine how it will fit in with both their work culture and their daily working lives. But it’s important to remember that e-learning shouldn’t just look good – it should also be supported by excellent learning design. At CDSM, we draw on a range of learning theories – from the past and the present – to form the method and practice behind our award-winning e-learning. This is known as our ‘pedagogy’, and you can read more about it in this blog series.
Get Everyone On Board ASAP
When you believe in your strategy, it’s understandable that you’ll want to see immediate results, so it’s important to get those stakeholders on board as soon as possible. You should also utilise any internal communication channels – such as intranets or in-house magazines – to make important announcements and make sure everyone is aware about exactly what’s going on.
Transforming the way your organisation learns isn’t easy, but by taking these points into consideration you should have a greater chance of getting get the all-important OK from your leadership team.