As the future of work continually changes, the tools you use for preparing your workforce can become your competitive advantage. Download HBR’s latest report featuring insights from Josh Bersin and visionary leaders at Walmart, Verizon, FedEx, and Accenture.
If we’ve learned anything from 2020, it’s that HR is now the epicenter for business transformation. Josh Bersin tells us that CHROs now have a “seat at the table” in a big way, and need the tools and technology to deliver measurable results for the business.
Enter Immersive Learning, an experiential training methodology that uses Virtual Reality to immerse employees in real-world workplace situations and build critical skills they need to perform at the highest level.
What is Immersive Learning and why does it work? The seamless combination of VR, cognitive neuroscience, and data science.
The intersection of science and technology Stanford professor Jeremy Bailenson on the science of VR.
Skills to perform
Every executive is thinking about workforce skills. Whether teaching hard skills needed to carry out role-specific tasks, or practicing soft skills that empower better leaders, Immersive Learning has proven to make a measurable impact on people, profit, and purpose.
Impact at scale Preparing & training for tomorrow’s workplace.
I can’t wait to tell my grandkids what I did at work today.
Many functions of HR are data-driven, but a detailed picture of employees’ skills, behaviors, and performance remains untapped. Since behavior in VR is a close indicator of behavior in the real world, Immersive Learning enables predictive analytics and insights that HR leaders need to make critical decisions. With an Immersive Learning platform, people organizations are building an expanded view of the workforce and proving ROI.
Unique insights into behavior Dr. Michael Casale explains the powerful data VR can provide.
Making a measurable impact Explore the value framework for Immersive Learning.