7 practical lessons in Digital Learning without boarders
We must draw inspiration from digital learning as it is practised in French companies, of course, and also internationally. It is by opening up to successful projects and practices, and one might say, digital learning cultures observed 'elsewhere' that one can enrich one's own training system.
Localising is a watchword in large companies, as they have to deliver content and training courses in several languages; localising also by taking cultural aspects into account, as localisation limited to language would not always be enough to guarantee the success of the system.
Globalisation is also necessary in order to pool everything that can be done to reduce unnecessary costs, to improve the sharing and clarity of training offers and processes, and to speed up the dissemination of programmes.
The two objectives - localising and globalising - are not incompatible. On the contrary, they are harmonised in a neologism: glocalise! It is possible and necessary today to take advantage of the joint localisation and globalisation of a training strategy.
Michel Diaz is co-founder and director of FEFAUR. Expert in Digital Learning et speaker, he intervenes and publishes regurlarly in France and abroad.
Founder and CEO of MOS - MindOnSite, Elodie manage the strategy of the new Digital Learning solutions within Weidong-Demos group
MOS - MindOnSite is a Swiss Digital Learning solutions provider.
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