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Digital transformation of learningBoost your L&D strategy by digitalising your offer !

One of the key success factors of all companies in the future will be their ability to learn. 

Our world is changing quicker than before, and all organizations will need to learn permanently to adapt to these changes. 

Digital learning plays an increasing role in learning & development strategies. It enables learning to be more interactive, universal, and affordable.

However, it raises a big question: how can we ensure the effectiveness of these new ways of learning?

We support you in designing your digital learning strategy: design of blended learning, development of digital learning experts, and digital transformation of your L&D processes. Here are some examples of our interventions.


At Yumany, we bet on blended learning !

Now is the time for efficiency… Engagement of participants, design of powerful learning programs, concrete “test & learn experiences” in real life, personalised support of learners during the entire learning cycle, peer to peer sharing…your L&D strategy must adapt & change to support your learning organisation.
Our services offer
  • ✓ Co-design of your digitalisation strategy
  • International deployment
  • Development of digital learning community
  • Design and facilitation of customised programs
Transformation des organisations

Digitalisation strategy

Learning & development digitalisation is a major transformation that raises several questions: the balance between virtual & face-to-face, the greater need to engage learners online, the effectiveness & measure of online learning, the transformation of learning & development specialists and the support of key stakeholders for a successful strategy implementation. At Yumany, we have expertise in the digital transformation of the L&D offer in complex contexts.
Transformation des organisations

Internationalisation of training programs

There are many L&D initiatives in the various subsidiaries of a company and the programs can quickly abound without overall consistency. Aligning the programs worldwide, streamlining duplicate programs, defining the rules & best practices in international experts communities, optimising costs, professionalising the instructional design of programmes ... These are the areas we offer our support
Transformation des organisations

Customised blended programs

The blended programs allow you to mix
70-20-10 learning activities : on the job challenges, sharing with others and courses & reading. An example of a blended course: kicking off of the program with a webinar, followed by the completion of an online course or a virtual classroom, and face to face classroom training, supported by mentoring support. This is the recipe for effective training and the key success factors of an optimised completion of online content.

Our recommendation to digitalise your offer
in 6 steps

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  • Understanding the L&D context
  • "Start small"
  • Visioning
  • Diagnosing
  • Governance
  • Co-design

Before starting your L&D digitalisation, you should answer these questions : Is the company culture supporting a culture of learning? Where is the digital culture in the company? What digital tools have been implemented?

What resources do you have to embark on the adventure? Do you have the skills and experience in designing digital learning offers?

This reflection is crucial in order to make some important choices right away.
You should start by designing an initial program that aligns with company business priorities. This will allow you to concretely understand the ins & outs, the difficulties, and the necessary resources. It will allow you to make more informed decisions afterwards (for example: avoid buying a library of several thousand contents when the company is not ready for digital learning).

Concretely: start with a customised program focusing on a target population and use the feedback to continuously improve it.
Identifying a top management sponsor within the company is key to ensuring sufficient importance for the digitalisation project. In the end, implementing a digital learning strategy revolutionizes the overall practices of the company. The ideal is ultimately combining the Digital Learning strategy with the overall business strategy.

Around this sponsor, a steering committee should include the HRD, the IT department, the communication department, but also include representatives of the business & operational teams.

This steering committee will be in charge of the step by step implementation of the Digital Learning strategy.

In most cases, it can take several years before you have a mature digital learning strategy.
Knowing where you are starting from allows you to act on effective levers and adapt to each specific business situation.

This can be conducted through online questionnaires supplemented by qualitative interviews. A varied sample should be chosen: learners, managers, leaders and top management.

The debriefing of results enables the various stakeholders to become aware of the issues, but also raises awareness around the needs for action and investment.
When the project takes shape, governance including steering committees, content designers and relay ambassadors in the field, will allow the project team to validate its proposals and decide on how to involve learners and managers.
The holy grail of any Digital Learning project is knowing how to collaborate between centralized activities lead by Corporate functions (eg: investment in a common platform, definition of instructional design standard, graphic standards, approved external partners, etc.) and decentralized lead in the countries (eg: creation of content in subsidiaries, by the experts or by the learners themselves in the case of User Generated Content situations, and use of new media such as virtual or augmented reality).

In addition, the community of instructional designers will share thes best practices and continue to learn together in this rapidly growing market.