top down or bottom up
visions, objectives, cultures, acceptance – decision-making support for a better learning experience.
focus on learning activities
context, flow, story line – creating a better learning experience is passion.
content, time to completion, budget, quality – to hell with the devil’s square.
experience better learning
delivery, personalisation, re-usability – dynamic learning content management as a strategic option.
Expectations raised in connection with e-learning are high – and they pose questions: What will be my approach? Where do I start? Whom do I need to take on board? What are the costs involved? What needs to be considered during the introductory process? Who may offer what? These questions are well familiar to us which is why we support our customers during the process of forming concepts, achieving clarity of thought and making decisions – depending on the required level of intensity and rapidity. A fair number of questions will be answered at this stage already, whether it be concerning pilot schemes, strategical introduction formats or the operational aspects of e-learning.