Co-designed learning paths
Sustain your organization with Learning Paths
Our Learning Paths are custom Learning & Development Programs (L&D). They consist of high-impact learning solutions, tailored to your organization. Due to their co-designed nature and highly tailored content, they are unique and effective. You cherry-pick and compose a program that fits your vision. We help you assemble the right topics and learning formats for your needs. They come as:
- Expertise-driven programs
- Long-term transformation programs
- Or a flexible combination of format types
We put your organizational challenge at the core of the entire co-design process. This approach already helped us successfully guide organizations in a wide variety of industries, many of them during times of transformation.
AMS aims for sustainable results by making your company stronger through long-term learning.
As a company, you will benefit from our co-creation learning approach, because every single program is 100 percent applicable to your situation and employees. But how do we get there?
- Developing a shared vision of the desired outcome
- Defining how to measure the impact
- Finding and detailing your needs
- Mapping out ideas and a direction through collaboration
The discover phase results in a first proposal that frames the topics, learning path, and shared vision on outcomes and impact.
- Interviews with key stakeholders
- Co-creation and design workshops with CEOs and leadership teams
- Focus groups
The design phase results in a validated program concept and method.
- Impactful face-to-face experiences
- Efficient and flexible online modules
- Action-learning and project-development work
- Research-based simulations (such as a NeuroTrainingLab)
- Business-coaching and follow-up sessions
- Custom cases and simulations
The deliver phase results in the implementation of the learning path, followed by continuous adjustments where necessary based on feedback loops.
- Leadership assessments
- Agreed business KPI’s, such as customer satisfaction
- Other KPI’s, such as the leadership index
- Value created by your business projects
- Individual career progression
- Long-term impact survey for program participants
- Qualitative interviews, such as user cases
The impact phase results in an individual and organizational impact evaluation.