Author: Videhi Bhamidi

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Introduction to Employee-generated Learning with Easygenerator

‘Shifting responsibility for learning to the learners themselves’ became a top priority for Tim Munden when he was appointed Unilever’s Chief Learning Officer in 2016. By doing so, he made it one of the key principles for the company’s 16,000 employees that they should drive their own knowledge acquisition while sharing their discoveries with each other along the way.

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Initiation: Equipping your employees with the right tools

Testimonial: “Easygenerator is a simple tool for anyone to pick up and create their own e-learning content.”

Creation : Empowering employees to generate and share their own content

Testimonial: “The name is not a lie. Easygenerator is an incredibly efficient and easy-to-use tool, whether you’re a content builder or a learner. It can be used by anyone – even if you have no Instructional Design experience.”

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Co-creation: Enabling employees to collaborate and speed up content creation

Testimonial: “Seamless course collaboration and the option to review notes are all included in the Easygenerator system.”

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Publishing and sharing: Getting your employees to showcase their know-how

A critical factor in the success of any Employee-generated Learning (EGL) is the ease with which content can be released to learners once it’s been cleared for publication.  

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Maintenance and quality assurance: letting employees own and maintain content

Keeping Employee-generated Learning (EGL) relevant and up-to-date can be a challenge. But by empowering authors themselves to take ownership of revising and updating the content they created, you can make this process much smoother.

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