Going beyond ticking the box

Jul 30, 2019 | Featured, General, In-Focus Reports

With 56% of organisations reporting that a lack of learner engagement is hindering the success of compliance within the business, it is clear that something needs to be done to highlight the value of these programmes to learners in order for them to engage with the content and retain the information.

About this report

Over the last decade, the likelihood of a regulatory, safety, cyber and brand risk has significantly increased. Governments now hold organisations accountable and there are hefty fines and often prison sentences attached to non-compliant leaders. To manage this risk sufficiently, organisations and individuals alike now have to adhere to set compliance standards. But with many organisations struggling to engage learners in these programmes, the value of the content is being overlooked and forgotten. So what can be done to capture the attention of individuals across the business? Going beyond ticking the box, supported by Upside Learning, explores how organisations can reinvigorate traditional compliance programmes. Focusing on digital compliance programmes, this report highlights how any organisation can make their learning solutions more memorable by: using data and insight, adapting the programme design and involving managers and leaders.

Covered in this report

This cutting-edge report explores the root issue surrounding the lack of learner engagement with compliance; individuals not seeing the value in the content. In order to truly change their behaviour as a result of the programme, it is clear more needs to be done to innovate the learning solutions. But what exactly is proven to make compliance programmes memorable?

We examine how, making small changes to your digital compliance, can make a big difference on your ability to manage risk.

Data for this report is drawn from:

  • 701 organisations that participated in the Towards Maturity Health Check in 2018;
  • 10,276 individuals that took part in our Learner Intelligence study;
  • Academic, professional and experiential sources;
  • and 250+ L&D professionals that underwent a Compliance Pulse study.

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