Our story started when we over a beer where we live near the lake in Annecy.
Both passionate about the world of learning, we shared a common vision to solve one of the major challenges of training. what happens post training?
Between us we have more than 35 years of experience in Sales, Purchasing and Learning Development within large enterprise organisations. This experience extends from the customer side as head of learning of learning and development. On the supplier side as head of a digital learning agency, working to transform traditional face to face content into engaging modern digital adapted for mobile devices.
We were familiar with the research on key success factors of training programs, and we had witnessed for ourselves their limitations. One thing is certain: the involvement of managers is a key to success, as well as the need for staff to practice in order to embed learning and change behaviour.
Our aim was to develop a solution that answers the following key questions that we felt important to any organisation investing time and money in training.
What happens after a training session?
How do participants apply what they have learned in training in real life situations?
How are managers involved to ensure adoption and provide individual post-training feedback?
How do employees share best practices?
These conversations lead us to discuss what it is important as a customer, as a manager and a user. We were both convinced that it was possible to approach these issues from a new angle. It seemed obvious that mobile technology was the key to developing our solution. We therefore decided to develop a solution to meet these challenges.
Mobile Practice is the result of our reflection and is designed to meet the challenges we recognised and are recognised by many other organisations . Let’s close the loop on performance improvement post training room.
“Our conviction is that training is a great tool to acquire new skills and knowledge. Practice and coaching is the is the best way improve continuous performance”