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Some Samples of Illumine's Digital Learning Models...

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Some Samples of Illumine's Digital Learning Models

Digital Learning Models

  • Experience Sharing Network (ESN)
    Learning Context: Enabling finance practitioners of a large chemicals multi-national corporation, leverage the shared expertise of their community for critical decision-making....
    [April 1999]
  • Learning Lab
    Learning Context: Enabling training faculty to reach out to and train industry in multiple locations, through distributed “learning lab” sessions - that allow for deep learning, yet in time packets arising out of workplace needs....
    [December 2001]
  • Sales Multiplier
    Learning Context: Enabling a leading hi-technology company to scale their “sales consulting” capacity. [The sales team faces an expertise choke in its sales channel. The technology products it sells are complex and are best understood by the product management team. The company is unable to roll out quickly because the frontline sales people lag in product expertise.]...
    [October 2000]
  • Process Knowledge Transfer Model
    Learning Context: Enabling the scaling of “operating intelligence”. [The scaling up of process-based operations across the country is challenging and involves dealing with at least three serious issues: establishing and communicating process standards; building commitment to standards while encouraging individual response capability; learning from the localization issues involved, especially in a regionally diverse context. All these problems are rooted in the deeper problem of being able to communicate, share, capture and re-use “operating intelligence”.] ...
    [March 2001]
  • Model for Remote Counseling
    Learning Context: Enabling small business entrepreneurs to respond as an ‘expert’ in problem solving, decision making in multiple business contexts. [This is crucial because the small business person usually operates as a single person or small team, who doesn’t necessarily have all the expertise in-house. They therefore need a way to (i) diagnose problem causes starting from the visible business symptoms, (ii) receive the appropriate knowledge support around the business problem, and thus (iii) arrive at solutions – just like going through a formal consulting process. ]..
    [August 2000]
  • Critical Competence Learning
    Learning Context: In a situation of disrupted schooling, enabling every student to focus on, and build the “core insight architecture” for a subject. [One of the serious consequences of disrupted schooling is “cascading ignorance”. A student who does not understand and assimilate key concepts in the earlier classes is ‘shut out’ from learning advanced concepts in later classes. This has two distinct consequences: (i) The student becomes more and more tuned to memory and rote learning at the expense of real understanding and application. (ii) The student faces increasing discomfort, which results in higher chances of school drop-out or ‘escaping’ to another subject area in university. The solution for this serious problem is “critical competence learning”. ]...
    [July 2001]
  • Process Learning Enablement
    Enabling rapid process-based training across a large logistics corporation...
    [December 2000]
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