Learning & Development continues to face a key question about how to prove its return on investment. Like every other business department, budgets are under pressure. Every penny of investment in training programmes needs to deliver.
Measuring return on investment from L&D has always been a challenge. Particularly when it comes to the ‘sheep dip’ approach of one to five-day training programmes. Can you really deliver long term behavioural change in just a few days?
Our CEO Jonathan Knight spoke to HR Zone about how some organisations are starting to adopt the concept of learning journeys. These longer-term programmes of three to four months may require greater investment. But they are much more likely to deliver long term, sustainable change, and a higher ROI. You can find out more about these structured learning approaches which embed learning to build future competence by reading the article here:
Putting theory into practice
At Ososim we have been working with international financial corporations like BNP Paribas to design engaging learning programmes which take their emerging talents on a journey of transformation. Over a period of months, a blend of teaching, coaching and mentoring enables these bright individuals to increase their competence in key areas. Business simulation experiences cement their learning through real-life situations.
To find out more about how we could help your organisation unlock the long term value of L&D contact us on +44 (0)1223 421 034 or email email@example.com. Our innovative business simulations use expertise from the worlds of artificial intelligence, corporate learning, gaming technology, neuroscience and organisational behaviour to enable individuals, teams and companies to perform at their best.