Employers are currently facing unprecedented challenges for capacity building.
We understand the pain points in the market right now
The situation has dramatically shifted over the last two years with covid and work from home. Higher education has let industry down to a point as there is little or no employability comprehension taught at Universities, even at Masters level.
To bridge this gap there is a need to maximising learning impact aligned to work focussing on the development of talent that supports other key business functions holistically.
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‘Learn and Design’ is the core of learning and development’s future.
The evaluation metric of learner performance feeds into to the suggestion of training as co-ownership between business units and HR. Identifying the right KPIs for learning and development programs is vital to create training that supports the organisation’s core strategy.
We use four dimensions as assessment of learning outcomes that fold in to the KPI of each participant and overall organisational health. This evaluates the impact of learning and development on the business.
Employability has nine dimensions covering core skills, training and soft power that are expected to evolve. As such, embedding customisable learning to support these dimensions can save executives time in accelerating key talent to the next level.
This should be viewed as a program of co-ownership between business units and HR.
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Meet the DSA founder | Graham Newman
MRes RCA, PGCHE, FRSA
Graham Newman is the Founder of Design School Asia. He has extensive expertise in innovation design practice and education across Asia Pacific for over 20 years. He has taught at leading universities in Bangkok, Singapore and Jakarta–and has worked across SME and enterprise industries in the design, research and manufacturing sectors. Graham’s innovation practice is forged by his Masters of Research experience at the Royal College of Art, and his commercial experience during in which he has won several international design awards. Read More →