While nearly every large company has a learning management system (LMS), often mandated by compliance regulations, many of those systems are outdated and difficult to use. When people want to learn something in their personal lives these days, they go to YouTube, and they expect the same ease-of-use in their professional lives. Enter Workday Learning.
Workday Learning provides that modern approach to learning with an experience that’s consumer-like, on-demand, and personalized. Built with the individual’s needs in mind, Workday Learning aims to address the gaps with current learning management systems.
This article explains some of the features and benefits of Workday Learning, as well as why you should consider it as your learning management system. So put on your thinking cap, and we’ll school you on Workday Learning.
What is Workday Learning?
Workday Learning was introduced in 2016, and was considered ahead of its time in many ways. Workday developed the solution around the idea of “learning in the flow of work,” which means bringing learning into the various stages of the employee’s journey. This means employees can learn when and where they need it, making what they’ve learned more likely to stick.
Workday Learning was built into Workday’s suite of applications, including Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) and Workday Financial Management, to give customers a single system with one source of data.
Features of Workday Learning
Workday Learning has a comprehensive set of features and capabilities. Here’s a breakdown of the key capabilities:
Your admins can create, update, and configure learning programs easily. They can go even further to set requirements for audiences, viewing (on-demand, required, enrollable), and manage grading requirements.
You can deliver online, in-person, or hybrid courses through Workday Learning. Need to combine a mix of different types of content (i.e., video, documents, eLearning) to create blended courses? Not a problem. And as far as meeting compliance and certification requirements, you’ll be able to track it all behind the scenes.
Learning doesn’t have to be a one-way street. You know what they say about how the best way to learn something is by teaching someone else? With Workday Learning, workers can share their expertise by uploading videos and other content to share across the company.
Watch your learning go viral with the ability for employees to rate, share, and collaborate. Of course, you’ll still have complete control over the content employees can create and share.
With Workday Learning, you can develop engaging and active learning content. You’ll have the ability to insert questions or comments into videos to get feedback from the learners in real time. Workday also comes with unlimited storage and streaming on a video platform that converts and encodes.
Deliver the right content to the right people at the right time with access to all Workday data. By taking advantage of this information, you’re able to create campaigns to assign required training to specific individuals and departments based on their specific needs.
If you want to know how learning is making an impact, it’s simple to measure with Workday Learning. Access to dashboards, reports, and other analytics makes it easy to identify gaps and training opportunities.
Benefits of Workday Learning
Workday Learning provides customers with rich content, support for various learning experiences, and data to enhance learning. Now, let’s take a look at three specific benefits of the tool.
Workday can recognize users and develop personalized recommendations and experiences based on various employee factors. For example, the system can recommend a video to new managers based on their current titles at the company.
Learning doesn’t have to be a one-size-fits-all experience. Workday supports everything from short to jumbo learning programs and mandatory compliance and certification training.
With access to data from Workday HCM and Workday Financial Management, you’ll have insights into all your learning activities. Your managers can quickly see how employees engage with and complete their development plans and make better decisions based on data.
Getting Started with Workday Learning
Workday Learning combines professional development, peer learning, and required training into one engaging experience, so workers won’t just think of it as a required activity—they’ll want to learn.
And if your organization is ready to get started with Workday Learning, our senior-level Workday consulting team can help. We have the expertise and experience to guide you through a successful implementation so that you can maximize the value of Workday Learning quicker and more smoothly..
Contact us today to get started.