STRATEGIC LEARNING REVIEW
The diagnostic check-up service for learning organisations
Strategic Learning Review
Company-based learning organisations are being challenged to maximise the effectiveness, the relevance and the quality of their programmes.
Learning must be seen to be delivering more value to the company than it consumes in cost and time.
The Strategic Learning Review (SLR) helps companies determine if their learning organisation delivers expected outcomes and creates value in line with their strategic mission.
This diagnostic identifies strengths and achievements but also major dysfunctions, disconnects, misalignments or missing elements in the development of the learning organisation.
It provides an opportunity to test ideas and share concerns with experienced professionals in the field of corporate learning.
It brings to light the perceptions of major stakeholders, and represents the perfect occasion to start a dialogue in an effort to reinforce their buy-in.
The process presents an excellent opportunity for staff members to gain awareness of the current state of the organisation. It is the opportunity to re-engage and commit to future developments.
Using time efficiently, SLR is a highly focused analysis done in one day review. It produces a pragmatic toolkit to help improve or develop your L&D.
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The six-point check-up
The mission and strategic purpose of the L&D organisation should be clearly defined. How does it translate the strategic objectives and priorities of the L&D organisation?
The operating model
What is the L&D organisation structure? Are the processes, location and resources adequate to enable the organisation to deliver on its mandate?
The scope of the mandate
The L&D organisation should define the scope of its mandate, in line with its mission. What is the target group and what are the learning objectives?
The portfolio of programmes and services
The portfolio of programmes and services of the L&D organisation should be clearly structured. How does it align with the objectives set in your mandate? Is it effectively addressing the needs of your market?
An important consideration will be the positioning of the learning organisation within the company’s organisation chart and reporting lines. How does it influence the HR structure and processes?
Governance systems are a key component to a L&D organisation. How does the governance system ensure that the L&D organisation’s activities align with the company’s strategic agenda? How does it guarantee sufficient inputs from the company’s stakeholders?
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