The Business Case for Learning Paths
Every minute employees are less than 100% proficient has a significant and measurable financial effect in terms of lower productivity, increased errors, fewer accidents, poor quality, lower sales and lost customers. That’s why Learning Paths focuses on reducing time to proficiency in order to deliver results.
Three Three Principles of The Three Principles of Learning Paths
The Learning Path Methodology is driven by three key learning principles. First, learning is a process and not an event. Learning goes well beyond what happens in the classroom. Second, knowing and doing are not the same thing. Third, training should be by design, not by accident.
Defining & Measuring Defining & Measuring Proficiency
Proficiency is a measure of performance. The start of every Learning Path initiative begins with defining proficiency and measuring current time to proficiency. This enables directing all learning activities to achieve the goal of becoming proficient in the least amount of time possible.
Mapping & Accelerating Learning Paths
A Learning Path is the series of learning activities that go from day one to proficiency. These activities include formal training, practice, experience and more. A Learning Path initiative maps out the current Learning Path and then applies the best of accelerated learning and change management.