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On Demand

WEBINAR
Do’s and Don’ts for the Development
of a
Corporate Learning University

In cooperation with the eLearning Journal, CrossKnowledge hosted a free webinar “Do’s and Don’ts for the Development of a Corporate Learning University” on Wednesday, April 22nd at 10 a.m. The webinar was held in English.

Webinar details

As part of the webinar, Catherine Grawe reports on the successful establishment of a company-wide learning platform at Amer Sports, one of the world’s leading providers of sports and outdoor items. The introduction of a learning platform in 18 countries as well as in various business areas and brands of Amer Sports, such as Salomon, Wilson or Atomic, presented a particular challenge. At the same time, Amer Sports also wanted to establish a new learning culture in the company with the introduction of eLearning, which primarily focused on the exchange of knowledge in communities and a more active role of managers in personnel development.

Anja Emonds from the research department of the CrossKnowledge Academy will also give an insight into the topics of learning analytics and online learning behavior:

  • 5 facts about employee learning & 5 things employees are looking for in learning
  • Learn which 16 learner activities to track when measuring online learning
  • 3 unbelievable things learned from researching online learning behavior

 Watch the on-demand webinar

 

Our Experts

 

C GraweCatherine Grawe
Human Resources Manager eLearning & Training GSD, Amer Sports.

Responsible for the e-learning platform and user community at Amer Sports, Catherine is committed to ensuring that learners are engaged and feel empowered and motivated through blended learning courses.

 

Anja EmondsAnja Emonds
Research Manager CrossKnowledge

Anja Emonds is currently combining her Ph.D. with a consultancy for the CrossKnowledge Academy. The purpose of her research is to understand the effects of the learning climate on online learning behavior. She is currently advising clients on learning strategies with a particular interest in learning engagement, learning marketing, and the HILL-Model.