Supporting change: anticipating the needs for new skills
In the highly competitive context of globalised markets, many organisations are led to enhance the skills and qualifications of their staff as they fine-tune, or sometimes even overhaul, their business methods.
There are several steps involved in creating the necessary conditions for staff members to adjust to the demands involved in new approaches, and to identify the opportunities these approaches might offer them.
First and foremost, it is vital to help them develop a deep awareness of the changes that are taking place and to give them new points of reference; this must be done in a spirit of complete openness. It's then important to get people behind the change by precisely identifying the opportunities it provides.
And for the whole change process to work effectively, managers must be given the vision they need to help them foster their team members' development.
New Learning Technologies play an increasingly significant part in the success of this kind of transition. CrossKnowledge solutions allow companies to implement complete, long-term change support programmes:
By offering original, innovative solutions, new learning technologies make it possible to resolve a three-fold equation: