Majorium designed, developed and launched a learning portal and a virtual environment for learning (VLE) for a Fortune 1000 company. It incorporated informal Web 2.0 learning and collaborative features, together with its learning management system that integrated full reporting features and capabilities. The formal learning process is designed so as to achieve ALL four levels of Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model, which made it totally unique.
The learning portal incorporates communities of practice including wiki’s blogs, discussion groups and expert directories. Both formal and informal learning components included courseware specifically designed and developed by Majorium, client courseware, and courseware, that was furnished by third-party vendors.
Additionally, Majorium’s courseware included specific work-related activities that correlated training with each employee’s work-related responsibilities, which then were evaluated by the employee’s manager, and reported within the learning portal.
Majorium’s learning portal delivered the flexibility to provide specific learning paths that ranged from groups to individual learning tracks, collaborative – user generated content, and access to a variety of job specific content.
Case Study Outcomes
- Speed to market – designed and launched within 8 months
- Customized to meet the client’s needs and specifications
- Integrated learning portal development with content development
- On-budget, within the client’s financial constraints
- Produced and documented the desired results and outcomes
- Majorium completely managed the project from its design through its rollout and subsequent validation
The Value of Majorium Learning Portals
Majorium’s learning portals provide single points of access to its learning management system as well as many other applications, including performance and talent management, communities of practice, performance support and general employee information.
Majorium’s learning portals deliver a platform for aggregated reporting with various data sources.
- Delivers specific business information employees need within the context of their jobs
- Breaks down the barriers between training and the real world
- Aggregates content from a variety of sources
- Provides formal and informal learning, collaboration and other business content