As organizations get larger and more complex, multi-tenancy becomes even more important. Different business units, geographies, and brands almost always need to have unique user experiences for their teams. Managing multiple platforms in a large organization can be chaotic. If the organization’s learning needs extend beyond internal employees to external audiences like partners, resellers, customers, or franchisees, those unique experiences become critical. Each of these audiences has needs that are vastly different from both employee audiences and each other. Meridian also works with several government-related entities leveraging multi-tenancy to create different learning portals for complex agencies at the local, state and federal levels
There is no set reskilling strategy that can magically meet the needs of every business and every learner. In fact, the biggest challenge for most companies is figuring out what the “skill” part of upskilling and reskilling means.
or decades, instructor-led classroom training has been the most commonly used method to deliver learning in the corporate environment. In 2019, just before the pandemic, 95% of companies in Brandon Hall Group’s Learning & Development Benchmarking Study leveraged ILT to some degree. Even as companies have been exploring more informal and experiential learning, the majority of instruction still took place in the classroom. Then the pandemic took the classroom out of the equation almost overnight, forcing organizations to devise alternatives for a remote workforce.
Brandon Hall Group Preferred Provider Meridian takes an impact-first approach with its solutions. By incorporating advanced xAPI capabilities, they help organizations extract robust data from learning activities for analysis. This makes it far easier to draw a straight line between actionable insights and crucial business decisions.