New worlds of work require new skills and new worlds of learning as well. Especially in the course of a working day, people have questions about how to work with systems, processes, and methods. The longer an employee has to spend looking for the right knowledge or waiting for training when this happens, the longer the period when productivity is restricted.
If we consider acquisition of new skills alongside everyday know-how, which often requires additional time, it becomes clear how quickly potential can go unused.
The years to come will be shaped for many people by gaining new or different skills. Still, most people have just one percent of their working time available for learning, growth, and development. And then, when lack of time is exacerbated by a complicated and hard-to-understand range of options, various avenues for getting training, and so on, it quickly becomes obvious that things won’t work out.
To break through these barriers and maintain productivity, this is exactly where Viva Learning comes in, allowing employees to access their personal learning world right from Microsoft Teams.
After all, when do questions arise or knowledge gaps become apparent? In the flow of work – when we are working on a task or collaborating with others. In most cases, people turn to colleagues first, or they might use an Internet search engine. But when they do that, who guarantees the accuracy or quality of the content? Besides that, it often becomes apparent that if there is a long gap between when the knowledge is acquired and when it is applied, people cannot put what they have learned into practice optimally. This makes it especially important to ensure that the transition from theory to practice occurs promptly.