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Implementing AI-Driven Learning in Your Organisation

Wednesday 17 January 2024

Implementing AI-Driven Learning in Your Organisation

Candace Stephens
Implementing AI-Driven Learning in Your Organisation

Overcoming challenges and maximising results: let's face it, companies that invest in their employees' development and training are the ones that rise and stay ahead of the competition. However, traditional training methods can be a drag on resources - they eat up time and money, and often fall short of expectations. That's where AI-powered learning programs swoop in to save the day!

These accelerated programs harness the power of artificial to deliver personalised training to employees, helping them acquire new skills and knowledge, and ultimately increasing their productivity and effectiveness on the job. In this article, we will explore the many benefits of AI-based learning programs and how they can help businesses unlock the full potential of their workforce.


Why is employee growth and efficiency so important?

Growth and efficiency go hand in hand. When people are given the tools and resources they need to succeed, they are more likely to be engaged, motivated and productive. However, traditional training can be ineffective, as it often fails to address individual needs and learning styles. This can lead to a lack of engagement and retention and ultimately hinder an organisation's growth and success.

AI-driven learning offers a solution. By leveraging artificial intelligence, these programs can provide more tailored training for employees’ unique needs and learning styles, leading to increased productivity and efficiency.


Benefits of AI-driven learning programs

The benefits are numerous, helping businesses of all sises and industries achieve their goals.

Personalised training

This is one of the biggest advantages. If a company can understand an individual's learning style, strengths and weaknesses, it can use AI-powered programs to deliver more customised training. This can help employees learn faster and more effectively.

“Organisations that thrive will be those that can help each employee feel as if they are making progress in the ways that feel most meaningful to them individually.” Jason Lauritsen, Author of Unlocking High Performance

Reduced training costs and time

Traditional training methods can be expensive and time-consuming. AI-driven programs can help reduce these costs by providing training that is more efficient and effective.

Improved performance and productivity

By providing personalised training, employees receive the skills and support they need to succeed. They are therefore much more likely to be engaged, motivated and productive, leading to better overall business performance.

Increased employee engagement and retention

These are critical factors that impact an organisation's success. AI-driven learning programs can help increase employee engagement and retention by providing content more engaging and relevant to each person. This leads to higher levels of job satisfaction, motivation and loyalty, ultimately benefiting the organisation as a whole.

AI-based learning vs traditional methods

With the ability to analyse employees' learning preferences, these programs have a huge impact on workforce training, delivering more effective training in less time and with fewer resources. Additionally, some AI programs offer the flexibility of accessing training anytime and anywhere, accommodating people’s busy schedules.


Implementing AI-Powered Learning Programs in Your Organisation

This requires careful planning and execution. Here are the steps to consider:

  1. Identify goals and objectives - The first step is to identify your organisation's goals and objectives. What do you hope to achieve? How will you measure success?
  2. Assess employee needs - The next step is to assess individual needs. What skills and knowledge do they need to succeed in their roles? What are their learning styles?
  3. Choose a platform - There are many AI-backed learning platforms available on the market today, such as LMS365. Choose a platform that meets your organisation's needs and budget. Bonus: Select a platform that has the ability to grow with your company and employees.
  4. Develop content - Once you have chosen a platform, it's time to develop content. This should be customised to each employee. This stage can be supported by a learning management system (LMS) that has course building tools and integrations with content providers. Plus, some even use AI to help generate course content from videos, documents or other materials.
  5. Launch and monitor - Deploy the initiative and monitor its progress. Collect feedback from employees and adjust the program as needed to ensure it is meeting individual needs and organisational goals.

Nearly two-thirds (64%) of business owners believe AI will improve customer relationships. Forbes Advisor


Measuring Effectiveness

This is critical to ensuring success. Let’s cover some metrics and questions to consider when measuring effectiveness.

LEARNING OUTCOMES – Are employees acquiring new skills and knowledge? Are they able to apply what they've learned on the job?

ENGAGEMENT – Are employees completing the training? Are they engaged and motivated throughout the training process? Do they share courses with peers? Do they offer positive feedback on the courses?

RETENTION RATES – Are employees staying with the organisation longer? Are they more satisfied with their jobs?

BUSINESS OUTCOMES – Are employees more productive and efficient? Is the organisation achieving its goals?


Future of AI-driven learning in the workplace

The future is bright. As artificial intelligence and machine learning continue to advance, these programs will become even more individualised and effective. Here’s what we can expect from AI learning in the future:

  • Provide even more personalised training that is tailored to each employee's needs and learning style
  • Incorporate virtual and augmented reality to create more immersive training experiences
  • Use predictive analytics to identify and address skills gaps before they become a problem
  • Integrate with other workplace technologies such as Microsoft Teams, to provide a seamless learning experience

The ability to harness the power of AI and machine learning is revolutionising the way we train and develop employees. As it continues to evolve, the potential for employee engagement and overall organisational success are sure to expand as well.


Candace Stephens Candace Stephens
Content and Communication Manager at LMS365

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