The winners of the 2016 edition of the Learning Initiative Awards are:
- UDI (Norwegian Directorate of Immigration) for the ‘Best Initiative in Blended Learning’ category
The ‘Best Initiative in Blended Learning’ award rewards a blended learning program that successfully uses two or more delivery methods. This project was rewarded for the high-quality of learning engineering, as well as for its ability to integrate training into employees’ daily routine.
- Galeries Lafayette (France) for the ‘Best Initiative in digital learning roll-out’ category
The award for ‘Best Learning Initiative in E-Learning Roll-Out’ rewards a distance learning program with significant results linked to HR and business stakes. The jury based their decision on the company’s outstanding change management efforts, as well as its ability to innovate through the deployment process.
- ICN (Brazil), for the ‘Best Initiative in content creation’ category
The ‘Best Learning Initiative in Content Creation’ category rewards successful learning content that is compliant with both the learners and the corporation’s needs. With this true knowledge management project, ICN met all the criteria for this category, contributing in a tangible way to the company’s productivity.
- Schneider Electric, for the ‘Best Initiative in Learner engagement’ category
The ‘Best Learning Initiative in Learner Engagement’ award rewards the ability for an organization to attract, retain and engage learners through a particular training program. The jury selected Schneider for their global initiative, supported by top management, and their use of a ‘Learning Week’ as the high point of their training program, compiling a variety of training activities.
The jury also distinguished two companies with special awards:
- Telenor (Norway), for the ‘Digital Learning Roll Out’ category: for the massive and fast deployment of their training program, as well as for their ability to engage their workforce.
- Clarins, for the ‘Learner Engagement’ category: for the complete and extensive use of the CrossKnowledge Learning Suite (gamification, social learning) and their creativity in their communication and promotional campaigns.
The jury selected these six projects based on the following criteria:
- Innovation and creativity regarding e-learning projects
- Measurable benefits for the company and the learner with regards to assigned learning objectives
- The ability to successfully implement change management techniques
The Talent 2016 jury is composed of CrossKnowledge clients:
Sylvie Peirano, Director of Digital Learning at Engie (France), Bart Schutte, Director of Digital Learning & New Technology at Saint Gobain (France), Bruno Steurer, Head of Learning & Development at Swiss Life (Switzerland), Vincent Maurin, eAcademy Lead at ArcelorMittal (Luxembourg) et Kimberly Andrews, Senior Manager Leadership & Management at Ricoh Americas Corporation (USA).
“Through the ‘Learning Initiative Awards’, we salute and reward organizations that are appropriating brilliant, new forms of distance education for the benefit of the performance of their employees.” said Steve Fiehl, Chief Innovation Officer and Founder of CrossKnowledge.
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