The goal of designing learning processes in companies is to gain broader ability to actually perform. Employees no matter which hierarchy level they are sourced from, should be motivated and able to effectively apply learning content at work.
Modern neuroscience regularly delivers new insights into how learning processes should ideally be designed. Starting with initial communication activities directly involving managers, then the designing of the training content, and the accompanying of participants during knowledge and skill transfer phases, right through to the evaluation of the know-how and new capabilities which have been enabled.
This goes for all learning content in equal measure:
Technical knowledge – product knowledge – business administration – compliance – management knowledge – behavioral aspects like selling skills and leadership – and so on.
We design these processes together with our customers based on specific demands and challenges.