Unleash the power of evidence-based practice with Towards Maturity and Opel-Vauxhall Finance

by | Mar 7, 2019 | Case Studies, Featured, General, Resources

This recorded webinar showcases real business examples of how the Towards Maturity Strategic Intelligence programme can accelerate and deliver greater business impact during a time of deep organisational change.   Listen back to Mark Arneill, Senior Market Analyst for Towards Maturity, and Ned Young, Head of Learning Technology at Opel Vauxhall Finance, as they discuss how they worked together through this continuing process.

In short…

  • Opel-Vauxhall Finance felt they were not leveraging maximum impact from their learning strategy
  • The business thought that learning was an L&D responsibility
  • There was no shared vision of outcomes – they weren’t speaking the same language
  • They were reporting on the wrong metrics

 

The insights…

  • They needed to shift to a modern approach that included empowering people to own their learning
  • Required a holistic approach, including the support from line managers
  • Assists leaders in understanding that they needed to engage with L&D sooner
  • Identified skills gaps in technological proficiency for L&D staff and learning how to learn for employees

 

To hear more about how the Towards Maturity Strategic Intelligence programme could help your organisation, contact us today by emailing [email protected]

About Opel-Vauxhall Finance

Opel-Vauxhall Finance are the automotive finance captive organisation of Opel and Vauxhall, supported by Groupe PSA and BNP Paribas as their strong partners and shareholders. Their team of around 1,200 employees are committed to meet the mobility needs of our customers across Europe, while sustaining and developing the Opel and Vauxhall brands through competitive and attractive automotive finance solutions.

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