Current changes are leading skills development to a real turning point. This is true for many reasons: a lack of key competencies and knowledge sharing, difficulty anticipating future roles and attracting/retaining talents, the growing importance of CSR and the duty for responsible organizations to help employees grow…
This size of the challenge has led organizations to reposition learning and development (L&D), making it a key driver of organizational transformation today.
The learning organization: a new Holy Grail
L&D departments remain challenged to build a learning company. They are overhauling their role and mission within the organization, considering the skills and knowledge that must be integrated. And of course, they are revisiting the content of their training offering.
The global pandemic: a catalyst for new ways of learning and new approaches to training
Forced into action by the Covid pandemic, training departments in every organization have explored new modes of training and learning design. New hybrid approaches to work have led to new training approaches.
With the wide variety of available training options come questions. What learning experience should companies offer to populations used to video on demand? Asynchronous learning or learning on demand? A new balance needs to be found between in-person and remote training.
This new hybrid world also forces organizations to consider omnichannel access and the exponential growth of new technologies. This last point also raises the question of curation and free content.
In just a few years, the learner experience has been radically transformed.
Julhiet Sterwen: an offering to help meet the challenges of transformation!
Julhiet Sterwen has 80 dedicated consultants and revenues of more than €18 million from L&D, making it the largest provider of customized training on the French market. Our teams help you design and roll out a multimodal approach in France and worldwide.
Our speciality is tailored solutions for developing both soft and hard skills across the entire value chain.
We do this thanks to our consultants, who are experience in training and able to offer ad hoc approaches in terms of both content and modalities. They draw on our Digital Factory, which designs and develops tailored e-learning products, leading an ecosystem of learning tech start-ups to offer you the latest innovations. These include Maze for immersive reality, We are peers for collaboration, Edflex for content curation, Fifty for gamified learning, Tiny Coaching for virtual coaches, etc.
Finally, we conduct ongoing market through our Research and Future Lab. This is led by E. Joseph-Dailly, working alongside researchers including Michel Barabel, Olivier Meyer, Cécile Dejoux, Thierry Bonneto and Jérémy Lamry, as well as leading institutions like the Institut du Leadership in Canada.
- Sales and excellence in relationships
- Leadership and management
- Change management
- Operational excellence and lean management
- Sustainability and the energy transition
- Quality working conditions and psychosocial risks
- Regulatory issues
- Capacity/certifications in the banking and insurance sector
- Digital and IT