Organisational Management

Real-time Learning

Home
Our Ethos
Our Approach
Real-time Learning
Real-time Coaching
Universal Skills
Testimonials
About Us
Contact Us

logo.jpg

A ’REAL-TIME’ LEARNING APPROACH

 

In developing our ‘Real-time’ Learning concept Organisational Management have focused upon creating learning events which ensure that transference of learning from the classroom into the workplace occurs in a sustainable manner.

 

Data available raises key questions over the effectiveness of traditional training in creating long-term change within business today:

trainingeffectivness.jpg

Our ‘real-time’ learning concept was developed to bridge the gap between the problems facing resourcing issues caused by ‘class-room’ based courses and the actual effectiveness of e-based training.

Organisational Management's own analysis measured the extent to which learning was transferred to the workplace, through evaluating the ratios between attending training courses and conducting briefing, de-briefing and coaching sessions in relation to the training.

 

Over 500 managers across a number of 'blue-chip' and public organisationals the following ratio’s applies:

  

% of managers who had a briefing session with their line manager prior to the training to establish both business and personal goals for the training.

  

4.05%

% of managers who had a de-briefing session with their line manager following the training to evaluate both business and personal goals for the training and develop an action plan to ensure transference of learning

   

 

0.54%
% of managers who had experience on-site coaching from their line manager to support them in their continued development of their skills capability.

 

 0.27%

As a consequence of the above data and 15 years experience in training environments we developed our ‘real-time’ learning concept which was designed to enable planned learning programmes to be reinforced back in the workplace by the creation of a supportive environment and systems that achieve new performance goals. 

 

The purpose of ‘real-time’ learning is to achieve an environment of sustainable behavioural change.