With an increasing shift towards remote workplace culture, learner experience has become the key to organizational success. While LMS has become an essential tool for organizations, the Learning Experience Platform (LXP) has become the key to delivering learner-centric solutions and personalizing the learning journey. By adopting LXP solutions, organizations ensure training as per job roles, learning habits, skills, etc., to each individual’s personal requirements. With a Netflix-like experience, the LXP enables the remote workforce to choose training content as per their learning preferences.
As “Work at Home” becomes the new normal for every industry, the demand for experience-led and self-paced learning has also increased.LXP meets this demand and helps boost employee morale through continuous engagement, upskilling, and improved productivity. Further, the LXP addresses the following needs:
1- Shifting Workplace Culture
Today, organizations are deploying robust learning and engagement platforms to nurture a healthy work environment for remote personnel. With a rapid shift towards remote-first culture, corporate managers are quickly implementing ways to upskill their teams, keep them abreast with the latest advances, and to enable them with the new skills they now need to stay relevant with changing needs. Also, employees are looking for a self-paced learning approach where they can learn at their own convenience and at spaced intervals of time. The LXP and LMS combination also address the need for social engagement by suggesting learning based on peer references and ratings, giving learners the advantage of being at par with their colleagues. Game-based learning further encourages a spirit of healthy competition between peers and assesses skill gaps that can be addressed through the LXP. The LXP provides an exceptional employee experience by aligning training based on personal recommendations, learning history, skills, and job roles.
2- Evolving Needs of Employees & Organization
The millennial workforce, today, have short attention spans and tenures. So, it becomes crucial to engage and encourage them with effective learning experiences. As a majority of employees work from their homes, organizations face skills and leadership-gaps in the new environment. So, it is essential for corporate managers to bridge those gaps and be transparent while engaging with their remote teams. LXPs go one step ahead by aligning the right content with the right training goals- be it onboarding, compliance, on-ramping, soft skills, and more. The robust experience-led training platforms drive employee engagement, skill development, knowledge retention, business productivity, and overall ROIs.
3- Changing Technology
The investment in innovative online learning technologies remains healthy, with several organizations reviewing their existing technology for remote workforce training. An LXP analyzes how learners search for content on their mobile devices and accordingly addresses the need for training. It increases the learner’s exposure to available training by aggregating relevant content from external sources, thereby reducing the pressure on organizations to create all required training. Ultimately, the platform expands the scope of skills training for the learner, based on their interests, learning history, etc. According to Josh Bersin, a leading industry analyst, the learning experience platform (LXP) market has exceeded $350 million, and it’s doubling yearly.[Source: https://joshbersin.com/2018/09/the-learning-experience-platform-lxp-market-expands/]
During the global pandemic, there has been rapid transformation in the corporate training landscape. As the modern workplace evolves, organizations are looking LXP solutions to expand and personalize overall learner interactions. To know more about us, you can write at in**@gc**********.net.