Leadership Learning innovation at Eversheds

by | Nov 22, 2011 | Case Studies, Evidence for Change

Eversheds, a progressive, international law firm, is turning office and travelling time into more productive learning time using a blend of technologies.

Live online learning, eLearning resources, social media tools and mobile learning are all part of the innovative blended approach that is saving the leading law firm both time and money.

Eversheds is in the top 25% of businesses successfully implementing learning technologies, as measured by the Towards Maturity Index.

This in-depth story outlines lessons learned from its award winning approach to innovative learning and outlines 7 questions that you can ask if you are considering a mobile learning pilot and 10 top tips for embedding learning innovation.

Download this case study below to investigate further. Here is a list of content that is covered:

  • In the beginning – responding to change  – p2
  • Driving leadership and innovation for competitive advantage p2
  • Building an ‘expert driven’ approach to blended learning p4
  • New approaches for building leadership capability p6
  • New approaches to develop innovative thinking p7
  • Softly, softly approach to engaging stakeholders p7
  • Making an impact p9
  • The next phase – mobile, social and more! p10
  • Seven questions for the Eversheds mobile learning pilot p10
  • Eversheds 10 top tips for embedding learning innovation 12

This case study has been independently developed by Towards Maturity and supported by LMMatters.

This article was first published in the Emerald publication Training & Management Development Methods and was  chosen as a Highly Commended Award Winner at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2013. 

It was also published in eLearning Age Magazine in 2012 as part of our Good Practice Partnership with eLearning Age and the eLearning Awards.

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