Awards 2022

Awards 2022

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Dates and Venue

16 Nov 2022 | London

Shortlist 2021 - Category N

N - Best learning platform implementation 

Alcon Experience Academy and Intuition Publishing

Alcon are the world’s leading provider of eye care devices and have operations in 70 countries that help serve patients in 140 nations. Their goal of Improving Patient Outcomes led them to develop the Alcon Experience Academy. 

The Alcon Experience Academy is an Intuition developed and hosted Customer Education platform that supports Alcon’s digital HCP education strategy globally. The platform enables Alcon to engage their HCPs with targeted content, world class training, resources and live streaming events. 

To date the platform has been rolled out to over 65,000 learners from 131 countries, ranging from surgeons to optometry students and residents. 

Ericsson and Degreed

With multiple learning platforms creating a complex and disparate learning experience, learning leaders at Ericsson needed to simplify workforce development and align L&D strategy with the telecommunications company’s new “Quest for Easy.”

To deliver on this goal, L&D put a learning experience platform (LXP) at the heart of the company’s learning architecture, bringing all sources of content together while recommending personalized development.

As a result, Ericsson has migrated to a more skills orientated approach to development. More than ever, learning has become a habit that matters to employees — and a driver of profitable growth.

Hymans Robertson

For 100 years, Hymans Robertson have been embracing change, innovating and navigating uncertainty.

In our centennial year our strategic priorities can only be met by our people’s ability to learn and grow.

Our Aspire platform launched as a MVP this year to 1000 colleagues and a customer facing version has already sold to 11 clients.   

Our aspiration is that ASPIRE is built by all colleagues as they share learning, knowledge and expertise.

After 3 months we are exceeding many of our goals and ASPIRE has become a key piece of Hymans Digital First strategy

Learn Amp and nbkc bank

In 2020, when nbkc bank, a fast-growing, innovative bank joined force with Learn Amp, the leading platform for a personalised employee experience there was an instant synergy.

nbkc bank was in search of a learning platform that provided an amazing user experience and easy to use navigation. They implemented Learn Amp to centralise their learning by housing custom videos, content, events, and surveys.

With Learn Amp, they achieved a unique and effective Implementation that exceeded all expectations despite COVID-19 and working across time zones.

The result is a personalised and centralised learning experience that has been rapidly adopted by their employees who report it’s engaging, simple and fun to use.

Rituals & TinQwise

Rituals and TinQwise developed the Book of Rituals, an online learning experience, providing onboarding, training, communication and a social connection for all Rituals employees, both in store and in the head office. The Book contains impactful learning experiences about our brand, products, new innovations, customer experience and store operations as well as soft skills and leadership skills. By offering this one-stop shop learning environment we can support our growth ambition and empower our employees worldwide to become passionate and confident Rituals brand ambassadors that live and love the brand. 

Swisscom and Degreed

Outsourcing talent wasn’t an option for securing what's core to the Swisscom business: putting people first and thriving in a fast-paced market. The stakes to reskill and upskill 16,000 associates were high, and technology became a critical ingredient.

L&D created SKILLup, a unique learning experience environment, addressing the needs of individual learning in the flow of work while advancing organizational learning capacity. As a result, skills have evolved to a new currency shaping the future of work at Swisscom. The technology implementation turned a learning vortex into an upskilling tornado and helped shape a flourishing learning culture across the entire company.

Ted Baker

Leading lifestyle brand, Ted Baker, launched their first ever piece of global HR technology to overhaul traditional learning methods and bring their 2,000+ employees together.

Thrive at Ted is now their one stop shop for all things learning, communication and content which has had a significant impact with both the organisation and learners resulting in:

  • 676% return on investment
  • 140,000+ content views
  • Saving 150 trees every 5 years

Going from face to face training and traditional printed methods, the implementation of Thrive at Ted has driven revolutionary culture change for the retail company and contributed to their wider organisational growth goals

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