Ludic recognised as Strong Performer in the 2018 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Digital Learning.
Ludic and its Next Generation Learning solutions have been recognised as Strong Performer in the 2018 Fosway 9-Grids™ for Digital Learning, published January 23, 2018.
Ludic, designs and delivers award winning next generation learning programmes, enabling some of the world’s largest organisations transform their L&D offering and rapidly build capability at a global scale. Ludic’s unique SmartLab™ software, developed fully in house, provides a powerful, engaging and fun environment for the delivery of flexible and fully personalised blended, multi-dimensional learning experiences, tailored to the individual, relevant to their needs and linked to the business strategy objectives.
“It is an honour to be recognised for changing the game in Next Generation Learning. Our positioning as Strong Performers by Fosway Group, is a testament of our 15 years of research and practice to developing and delivering fast, powerful, digital and bespoke learning prorammes for our clients worldwide. We call our tool for it SmartLab™, our clients call it revolution in learning!”, said Paul Ashcroft, Ludic Group Founding Partner.
Ludic SmartLab embraces a wide range of emerging technologies for performance support, content curation, engagement, mixed realities, knowledge management, collaboration, community animation, gamification and many more. It also ties well together with traditional LMS tools and talent management systems that are already in place within an organization. Taking all of this into a new dimension, Ludic’s Digital Learning solutions are landscaping the future of learning in an ever evolving global workplace.
“We are committed to the continuous improvement of our technology and content, always focusing on the value added to the organisations implementing large scale next generation learning programmes, which when executed well, enable them to build vital transformative skills, mindsets and behaviours, faster and more cost-effectively than ever before”, added Garrick Jones, Ludic Group Founding Partner.
Fosway Group is Europe's #1 HR and learning analyst, The Fosway Group 9-Grid™ report for digital learning is a multi-dimensional model that can be used to understand the relative position of solutions and providers, predominantly within the UK and European market. It allows you to compare different solutions based on their Performance, Potential, Market Presence, Total Cost of Ownership and Future Trajectories across the market.
Read the Full Report Here:
EE Employee Engagement Awards
Gala Awards Dinner, January 25, 2018. London
We are very excited to be attending this event, recognising excellence and inspiring improvement in the employee engagement field. Looking forward to the results! Ludic’s Snapshot for Coca Cola is finalist under the “Best Use of Technology” category.
Ludic’s Tools for digital transformation take to the global stage and get nominated for another award
They have long been used globally for large scale transformation, learning and engagement programmes but this winter Ludic’s Tools for digital transformation were taken on stage!
Ludic Founding Partners Paul Ashcroft and Garrick Jones gave real-world examples of how new Digital Tools are enabling organisations to shift themselves.
Ludic is radically and powerfully shifting the delivery model and business model for consulting. As organisations needs change and create huge global challenges, Ludic is inventing new tools to support client needs.
These tools enable organisations successfully address challenges such as: How to create a strategy with a global leadership team with zero air miles (Smart Events), how to engage the global organisation in the transformation in 6 weeks (Snapshot), and how you create a bespoke learning journey for thousands of simultaneous learners globally (SmartLab Next Generation Learning).
Taking the audience through three award winning case studies, Paul and Garrick presented the unique Ludic powerful tools features and stressed the importance in putting people at the heart of digital transformation and engagement, while providing personalised and flexible experiences tailored to the individual.
To get a copy of the presentation or to find more about Ludic’s Tools for Digital Transformation please contact Aliki Paolinelis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch a snapshop of the presentation here:
Ludic’s Snapshot for Coca Cola has been shortlisted for the “Best Use of Technology” Employee Engagement Award
Our Shortlisted Programme, was designed and delivered by Ludic and Coca-Cola to engage a Global Finance Community of 3000+ people across 51 countries through interactive digital workshops that disseminated the Strategic Vision and encouraged employees to Think, Work and Act Differently using Ludic’s state-of-the art Smartlab collaboration technology and provided the same experience as a facilitated face-to-face design event. The campaign built employee excitement about the new Vision and elevated engagement whilst delivering rich data insights. These insights have shaped leadership prioritisation and the subsequent strategic work initiatives to create a connected community, which is strongly positioned to partner with the business to drive growth and maximize organisational value.
The awards ceremony is taking place 25 January 2018 ! Stay tuned!
Garrick Jones: The shift to digital - impact on learning - you, me and the future
Excel London, The Bett Arena, 25 January @ 15:45
This Thursday 25th January join Garrick Jones at the Bett Arena, Excel London, to explore the impact that Digital is having on learning across our economy, and society. The concept of next generation learning has gradually moved its way up the agenda. Executed well, it enables Learners to build vital transformative skills, mindsets and behaviours - faster and more cost-effectively than ever before.
Garrick’s research at the LSE and his practical experience with the award winning Ludic Group, is at the forefront of digital blended learning.
BETT, Excel London 24- 27 January 2018
Transforming education, bringing together people, ideas, practices and technologies so that educators and learners can fulfill their potential.
Free registration here:
People Management: How do you make next generation learning a reality?
Personalised programmes can transform your L&D offering – but there are important design principles to follow, says Paul Ashcroft
The concept of next generation learning has gradually moved its way up the boardroom agenda. Executed well, it enables organisations to build vital transformative skills, mindsets and behaviours, faster and more cost-effectively than ever before.
It’s also a learning style that is in high demand by employees. In fact, Ludic Group’s recent report highlighted that, currently, more than a quarter (26 per cent) of employees do not feel training is personalised enough. Next generation learning provides the solution.
But to ensure it is a success, there are several design principles it’s worth paying attention to first.
Read the full article on peoplemanagement.co.uk
Technology drives digital transformation but companies lack the right tools to make this a reality.
In the rally to digitally transform, organisations lose control and are in digital chaos, preventing them from getting the communications balance with their people right.
Currently many organisations are experiencing digital chaos, according to a recent report from Ludic Group.
In the Reimagining the workplace of the future report, Ludic surveyed more than 5000 UK people to highlight the fundamental changes taking place in our working environment, both physical and emotional, and the role technology is playing in driving a new approach to people engagement and communication, learning and business transformation.
A third (33%) of the respondents in the report said that the collaboration tools they use in their personal lives are better than those used at work and as a result, many people are bypassing their organisation’s IT systems. There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to flexible working. To engage hyper-connected people, organisations need to provide a coherent set of tools, apps and channels, which are individually tailored to meet the needs of their diverse workforce.
While ageing workforces still seem to be using traditional ways of communications such as emails, younger people and millennials require more communications from their employers and find themselves disconnected from the business strategy.
The most successful organisations will be the ones to invest in more tailored technology and provide more guidance around the most effective ways of using and combining both publically available and internal technology. Organisations cannot consider themselves closed systems and need to create a competitive ecosystem of digital tools and apps. The quality of the digital landscape (tools and apps) provided will have a direct impact on the competitiveness of the organisation.