Afiniti is proud to feature in the LPI’s new eBook outlining the Top 20 highest-performing learning providers.
Distilled from the thousands of LPI-accredited organisations worldwide, the Top 20 eBook features the cream of the crop, the learning providers who “have a clear roadmap by which to build their capability and adapt their strategy for continual success. They demonstrate a strong customer value proposition and have a corporate culture that instils confidence throughout sales and marketing, to delivery and after-sales support. They are passionate and committed to developing their staff, their products, their market reach, and their performance.” Read more
Afiniti is proud to have been accredited as a Gold Standard learning provider for the 14th year in a row by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI).
LPI accreditation is the globally-recognised quality mark for providers of learning products, technologies, services and facilities. The accreditation process is rigorous, with providers being required to demonstrate a KPI score of 75% or greater across all sections, including client-endorsed case studies and telephone-based references. Read more
Upon hearing ‘immersive simulation’ you might think about unflattering virtual reality helmets, Sim City or any other gamer role play, but immersive learning is becoming a ‘game changer’ in corporate learning.
Immersive simulation is effective in embedding learning as it allows the learner to act in a real life situation with guidance and without all the consequences. Read more
You have a smart-phone, right? Maybe more than one. A tablet? iPad, Nexus, Galaxy Note, Surface? If so, you’re carrying a potent mLearning tool.
The learning benchmarking organisation, Towards Maturity, has reported that 39% of the organisations they track are using mobile learning in some way, and 76% expect to adopt in the next two years. Read more
Interactive video gives learners an active role in the direction and content of learning material; especially useful if they are using their own device or working remotely.
Working via links placed in a ‘hub’ video, the learner can be given more detailed information about what’s being said or done on screen at that point. There is also branching video which lets the learner make choices and takes them through a scenario. Read more
People now have to go through constant change in their work environment. How can we make sure learning engages users and meets business needs?
Here at afiniti, we are all about “Making Change Stick” – giving people learning that connects directly to their job roles, gives them ownership of business change and influence over how they learn. Read more
Is your team not getting the recognition and place within the business it deserves? Then you could benefit from team branding.
When we think about successful branding, we often focus on how it inspires loyalty from an external customer base. Read more
Can Kaizen, the Japanese theory of ‘good change’ bring people together at all levels in a business for faster, continual change?
Kaizen – Japanese translated literally as ‘good change’ – is the practice of continuous improvement.
Under it, all employees are responsible for identifying weaknesses and ideas for improvement and everyone, at every level in the organization, is instrumental in making change happen. Everyone communicates across all levels to share ideas and collaborate. Read more
Ever feel like your performance management is a bit of a box ticking exercise?
You’re not on your own. A Towers Watson survey of 100 UK businesses in December 2013, revealed that 96% believed that Performance Management is important for their organisation, yet only 64% reported having either an effective or very effective approach. Read more
Using our creativity and innovative approach to delivering change, we enable and equip your people to progress through every step of the change journey.
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An interesting rumination by Nick Smith on the relationship between organisational culture, sustainability and business change.
An update of a post from 2015. It's one of our most popular and great to revisit through the lens of 2019.
Take a look: The importance of integrated project planning
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