At the event, renowned learning leader, Charles Jennings, from the 70:20:10 Institute, delivered insights into how Business Performance is core to the evolved 70:20:10 principles. Jennings discussed how organisations need to adapt their L&D strategy away from solely focusing on delivering learning and training. Instead, and to remain relevant, channel their thinking towards delivering business value and value creation.
Following Charles, Fuse welcomed to the stage one of their most successful clients - global manufacturing giant, Hilti. Here Terry Copley, Head of Learning Solutions and Experience, revealed an in-depth journey of how Hilti replaced their legacy LMS and moved to a next-generation learning platform for its 27,000 employees worldwide.
This transition has not only had significant effects on both employee engagement and business performance, which include:
1. 82% learning engagement with 50,000 platform views per day
2. 80% of sales targets achieved in 3 months (from 27% in 6 months)
3. 15% increase in sales conversion
But also seen the team recognised for their achievements at the 2018 Learning Technology Awards, scooping Two Silver Awards for 'Best use of social and collaborative learning technologies' and 'Best international learning platform implementation'.
Fuse Universal Founder and CEO, Steve Dineen, wrapped up the evening with a sneak peek into what to expect from the Fuse product over the coming weeks and months. These include enhancements to the increasingly important mobile learning experience and deep integrations with third-party learning libraries and data analytics engines.
Dineen added, “I always get a buzz out of our networking events as it’s not often that we get the chance to merge thought leadership, customer success stories and learning technologies into an evening’s entertainment. It was fantastic to hear how the evolved 70:20:10 concepts from Charles Jennings and the institute are being implemented by organisations like Hilti; to have this recognised externally shows how important it is in the current landscape of learning. Thank you to everyone who attended the evening, and we look forward to hosting our next event in February next year.”
With over 150 delegates in attendance, the feedback from the audience was hugely positive:
“A really interesting evening, listening to Charles Jennings discuss how if you an L&D intervention with Learning Value as you outcome objective, it is much harder to then prove Business Value than if you had designed intervention with this in and in the first place” - Ben Williams, Founder of Sten10
“I am so impressed about what you have done Hilti, It was great to listen to you’ - Sonja Prest, CEO at ATOM Collaboration
“A fantastic learning transformation story - thanks for sharing” - Carl Hodler, StoryTagger
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