Growing Up Is Hard, But Maturing Is Harder
Digital learning maturity is on the mind of every eLearning professional right now, but what exactly is it? Maturity, in general, is the measurement of the ability of an organization for continuous improvement in a particular discipline. The higher the maturity, the higher the chances will be that incidents or errors will lead to improvements either in the quality or in the use of the resources of the discipline as implemented by the organization. Basically, maturity is how your company learns how to respond appropriately to its environment. Digital learning maturity is all about being able to improve in a digital learning environment, using your competition. Yet, it’s also not something that your organization, leaders, and employees will instinctually know how to do. This eBook is written having exactly those people in mind.
This guide will explore the concept of maturity and how you can use it to unlock new opportunities for improvement and stability. It should be noted that digital learning maturity is not the final goal of this journey. It is merely a tool that will help you understand and improve the existing dynamic in the specific context of your organization.
About The eBook Digital Learning Maturity In Your Organization
Digital Learning Maturity In Your Organization is broken down into three chapters. Each of them offers a new layer of knowledge and expertise, gently guiding the reader through some of its more difficult concepts. The eBook will prove extremely valuable to both learning veterans and rookies alike.
The Founding Principles Of Maturity Models
The eBook begins with a clear explanation of the founding principles of maturity models. There is a full presentation of the roadmap, from Maslow to Kirkpatrick, explaining how each of these maturity models came to be and what it is about. The takeaway here is that none of these models should be used as a benchmark but rather as a way to help you properly understand your own organization.
Maturity In The Digital Era
This chapter focuses on the Emerald Works Index and the cycle of maturity and impact. Created in 2003 by Laura Overton, the Emerald Works Index aims to analyze and benchmark the overall health of corporate learning. Formerly the Towards Maturity Index, this is a vital tool for all learning professionals.
From The Learning Bubble To The Flow Of Work
The next chapter of Digital Learning Maturity In Your Organization focuses on Dani Johnson’s Enterprise Learning Framework. Before launching her own consultancy firm, Dani was at Deloitte with Josh Bersin and helped work on the HILO model. When she ventured off on her own, she decided to leverage her in-depth expertise in management science and business consulting to refine the HILO model. Her goal was to link it closer to business reality, aligned with her philosophy for a completely decentralized and personalized L&D strategy that ultimately focuses on its main goal of making business easier.
Using Organizational Maturity To Drive Results With CrossKnowledge
The last chapter of the eBook is about how you can actually use organizational maturity to drive results with CrossKnowledge. They have identified the 3 major phases of the journey toward digital maturity, and they thoroughly explain the nature of each phase and what it entails. You too can follow this journey, and even use CrossKnowledge’s six-dimensional framework.
The eBook Digital Learning Maturity In Your Organization is a valuable resource filled to the brim with amazing perspectives on digital learning maturity. The advice you will find is written by some of the most insightful experts in the industry, and it is guaranteed to help you understand maturity in the context of your company.