• Download White Paper: Learning at the speed of change

    The White Paper is about how Learning & Development (L&D) organizations can deliver on the new learning agenda and be at the forefront of the revolution in learning.

     

    Our motive for the document: We experience that the customers we talk to are addressing the challenge of re-inventing L&D from very different approaches – but with very few customers seeing “the full picture”. The white paper is an attempt to form a basis for a holistic discussion about what it takes to build a new, empowered learning culture – including, but not confined to, a technology perspective.

     

    It is a bit “nerdish” and not easy to read. We plan to make more popular papers and videos to illustrate the key points in more popular formats that can more easily be shared.

     

    Download Whitepaper here: Learning at the speed of change.

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  • Senior Learning Advisor & Partner, Frank Lilleøre

    Frank Lilleøre have joined Triggerz as Senior Learning Advisor and Partner. Frank is bringing +30 years of experience in corporate learning, academic research, education and consulting. Frank is holding a PhD in leadership development from Aarhus University and is Doctoral Candidate at University of Virginia/Darden Business School. Among his merits is that he was part of establishing a corporate university when he headed Global Talent & Leadership Development in Danske Bank 2006-2015.

     

    Franks main contribution will be to cement Triggerz’ position as the no.1 provider of personalized learning as he will be designing methods and tools aimed at maximizing the impact of learning delivered through Triggerz’ learning experience platform. Also, he will be contributing with new methodologies for assessing and developing the learning agility for individuals and teams, and to accelerate the learning culture in organizations. We call this new field LESS – Learning Enhancement Systems and Solutions. We believe that “LESS is more”.

     

    As his first endeavor Frank will focus on how to further personalize the learning experience by adding insights into how personality predicts learning preferences and hence how specific types of learning content should be filtered and recommended to match and supplement the personal preferences and behavior of the learner.

     

    We are eager to share our ideas and approaches, and to learn about your thoughts and practices around creating more by LESS. We will soon publish a white paper and are planning workshops and seminars in early spring. Sign up below if you would like updates on our LESS activities.

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