28 November 2018

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel, London, UK

  •  The Learning Technologies Awards 2018

    The Learning Technologies Awards 2018

  •  Have you got what it takes to win in 2018?

    Have you got what it takes to win in 2018?

  •  Register your entries for the 2018 awards now!

    Register your entries for the 2018 awards now!

  •  Awards gala evening - 28th November 2018

    Awards gala evening - 28th November 2018

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    Closing date for entry registrations: 29th June 2018
    Closing date for submissions: 31st July 2018

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Best use of mobile learning


Uber was onboarding new drivers face-to-face which was putting pressure on their staff. It also meant that new drivers needed to wait until the next weekly session before they could start earning money with Uber. Uber decided to use EduMe’s easy to use microlearning platform. By onboarding drivers through EduMe's mobile platform, pressure on Uber's support centre has significantly reduced, resulting in cost as well as time savings. The initiative is also helping to support Uber’s growth by getting drivers on the road more quickly. Having seen the business impact achieved through EduMe, Uber is now scaling with EduMe across several countries.

Seamless Support Formula Factory - FrieslandCampina

The dairy company FrieslandCampina has a factory in Borculo (Netherlands). In 2017, a performance issue in the packaging department led to frequent production shutdowns that costs €42.000 a week. The L&D Netherland Department implemented the BatchRecord-App as a solution focussing only on the 70% and 20% from the 70:20:10 approach. The BatchRecorApp was built using Microsoft 360 PowerApps and provides seamless support in running checks in the production process to ensure high quality standards and gives performance support on critical tasks and problem solving. Dashboards with real time data support team learning. In the first week the savings were €28.000.

Hunkemöller & TinQwise: Live it Up! The ultimate onboarding journey

In 2015 Hunkemöller was facing the challenge of hiring and onboarding 20.000 new employees worldwide in three years’ time. Hunkemöller developed, in co-creation with TinQwise, an innovative effective blended learning solution to empower 20.000 new employees worldwide to become confident brand ambassadors in one month. The use of mobile learning in this onboarding process contributes considerably to the overall success of the program. Apart from being able to learn wherever and whenever, the use of mobile devices in the program enable fun, effective and social learning interventions. The overall learning solution is supported by the Welcome app and InTouch app.

The program is named Live it Up! As part of the overall learning solution we have launched the Welcome App and the InTouch App.

The onboarding program actually begins during the hiring process and before the new employee starts her first day at work. For the latter we developed the Welcome App. .

IKEA 360° Food Safety experience

How can one food safety compliance solution engage 25,000 timecrunched people in 49 countries, speaking 36 languages – all with variable work environments and differing local regulations? One bite at a time. 

The mobile solution incorporated familiar aspects of modern platforms and technologies into a flexible, self-serve learning setup. This enabled the IKEA 360 Food Safety Experience to accommodate learners with different paces and styles, helping them increase their knowledge, feel connected and motivated, and become food safety ambassadors.

John Lewis Partner Devices Project

The solution supported John Lewis Partners who serve customers in its shops to use a new mobile device and apps to deliver great customer service and drive omni-channel sales. To enable Partners to use the device and its functions quickly, a series of bite-size, self-led web app resources were made accessible via the device. In terms of results, the mobile solution raised learning productivity levels, and has received very strong positive feedback from Partners who used it. The project blazed a trail for future mobile learning, supporting the growth of a digital culture in John Lewis shops.

PepsiCo’s mobile-first solution for their international salespeople with Kineo and dominKnow

As a multinational company, PepsiCo had to think outside the box - and in this case, what traditionally defines a learning platform – by going with a mobile first strategy for learning and development. With some 15,000 salespeople lacking access to learning and well over 95% having little more than a basic understanding of spoken English, PepsiCo undertook the task of delivering their learning to their harder to reach markets and people. By starting smart and building a scalable solution, their approach to mobile learning is redefining how the business manages and delivers learning and development. 

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