The corporate learning world is rapidly changing. Learning becomes …
… more learner-driven & personalized
It is being recognized that learning needs are more specific and differentiated. One size fits all learning programs do not fit the bill. Employees are increasingly designing their own learning experiences.
… more informal
Formal training courses such as classroom trainings often turn out to be ineffective. Understanding informal learning at work and its impact on organizational performance is essential. Using its potential is more important than ever.
… more digital & faster
In a world of constant change digital technologies and the opportunities they open up shape our ways of learning. Using the web and available digital resources is one of the keys to create and pursue new learning pathways.
Lernhacks are designed to help employees in organizations and corporations to continuously learn in a more autonomous way.
Employees own their learning experiences
Only if employees are given the opportunity and tools to design their own learning it will be possible for them to embed learning within their daily schedules. Lernhacks support all members of staff to take ownership of their learning and enable them to continuously make learning part of their daily working routine.
Keep up with changes in learning
Keeping pace with changes in learning needs and content will only be possible if employees are empowered to take advantage of all available learning opportunities in a competent and sustainable way. Lernhacks help all members of staff to identify both their learning needs and individual learning styles and tailor their learning experiences to best fit their needs in their day-to-day jobs.
Agile working methods and changes in leadership culture need to go hand in hand with new approaches to learning and development. Lernhacks are a new approach to learning by reflecting the values of ‘New Work’.
Employees embrace their own learning projects.
of employees believe their own learning projects to be more efficient than their company’s learning and development programs.
of employees think that traditional classroom trainings are important for their learning progress.
Lernhacks are based on the theory of metacognition, meaning the awareness that learning is more effective if individuals are acquiring knowledge and skills AND are reflecting on what they are learning at the same time. By motivating learners to use and develop their beyond learning skills Lernhacks enable individuals to think about what, how, and why they would like to learn, and in what way they aim to design and improve their learning process.