Ingraining knowledge deep enough to change behaviour
Where results matter most, bite size learning delivers big impact.
Through short daily learning moments, your people remember what they need to know so they perform at their best. Using our intelligent microlearning and expertly-designed content, it’s possible to target specific performance objectives and achieve dramatic results.
65% of sales people increase sales with adaptive microlearning
50% reduction in accidents with adaptive microlearning
25% increase in customer complaints resolution with adaptive microlearning
Microlearning creates a knowledgeable, confident, engaged salesforce
Reducing accidents at work
Microlearning enables people to apply safe working practices
Improving customer experience
Microlearning supports better call handling and complaint resolution
Why microlearning works
Microlearning maximises the limited time your employees have for learning to drive up performance and change behaviour.
The average employee can spend just 1% percent of the working week on learning.
Even when they find the time, most people forget around 90% of what they learn within seven days.
Microlearning is based on proven scientific principles about how we learn and retain knowledge.
Working with our brains, adaptive microlearning breaks learning into small, digestible daily chunks over time, so learning is easier to absorb, understand and apply.
It’s combining human nature with the latest technology to deeply ingrain knowledge and change behaviour.
Microlearning with Sponge
At Sponge, we use the Axonify Microlearning Platform to tie learning directly to business objectives to generate measurable results.
Using artificial intelligence and sophisticated algorithms, our microlearning solutions adapt to provide learning that is personalised for each individual employee and focused on their unique requirements.
Bite-sized content is delivered to your people in short, daily learning bursts of three to five minutes.
Analytics measure impact on the bottom line, so it’s easy to track and prove learning impact.
Michael Quann puts the record straight and tackles the most prevalent misconceptions about microlearning.Read more