Free eBook – Extended Enterprise Learning: Increase Revenue By Enabling Partners, Customers, And Other Learning Audiences
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How To Increase Revenue With Extended Enterprise Learning

Historically, many organizations had not looked at corporate training beyond the “four walls” of their organization – that is, they did not understand the many benefits associated with training outside of their internal employees. Thanks to new developments in learning technology, more and more organizations are enabled to introduce training for nonemployees, otherwise known as extended enterprise learning:

Extended Enterprise Learning – Learning that is targeted beyond your organization’s internal employees (e.g., partners, customers, association members, etc.).

eBook Release: Download an eBook on Extended Enterprise Learning by Docebo
eBook Release
Download an eBook on Extended Enterprise Learning by Docebo
This eBook will help you to increase revenue, decrease costs, and improve productivity.

In other words, this training system could include knowledge sharing, certifications, or performance support provided to your nonemployees such as channel distribution partners, resellers, dealers, franchises, members, customers, and end-users of an organization’s products and services. But how expanding training beyond your internal employees can benefit your business?

About The eBook: Why Do You Need Extended Enterprise Learning?

In the eBook Extended Enterprise Learning: Increase Revenue By Enabling Partners, Customers, And Other Learning Audiences you will learn what you need to know about this remarkable training system. According to Brandon Hall Group’s HCM Outlook 2017 Survey, the benefits of extended enterprise learning are endless for organizations: 60% of them said it increases awareness of product/services, 58% it reduces training costs, 55% it improves customer relations, 54% it reduces travel time, 52% it meets compliance requirements, whereas 43% agreed that extended enterprise learning increases employee engagement.

Because of these benefits, Learning and Development professionals will devote the following levels of attention to extended enterprise learning over the next 12 months:

  • Minimal attention 25%
  • Some attention 34%
  • Moderate attention 31%
  • Heavy attention 11%

The key chapters of the eBook include:

  • The Benefits Of Extended Enterprise Learning.
    Extended enterprise learning can help to increase revenue, decrease costs, and improve productivity.
  • Extended Enterprise Learning In Practice.
    Extended enterprise learning is used for many business objectives, including onboarding, delivering product/service updates, and more.
  • Getting Started With Extended Enterprise Learning.
    Getting started with extended enterprise learning is easier than you might think. You’ll need a business case, learning content, and an LMS.

Expanding learning inside and outside the organization supports employees, customers, and partners at all stages of their relationship with your business. In order to learn how to leverage corporate learning to its full advantage, download the eBook Extended Enterprise Learning: Increase Revenue By Enabling Partners, Customers, And Other Learning Audiences now.

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