The Quest for Engaging Training Program: Nestle’s Journey to Interactive eLearning
Renowned worldwide for its high-quality products, Nestle faced a critical challenge: its outdated training modules no longer met the needs of its employees. In order to keep them informed and up-to-date, Nestle required a fresh approach to training.
The existing training program relied heavily on Instructor-Led Training (ILT), PowerPoint slides, and online courses, lacking the necessary engagement and creativity to captivate learners. ILT courses consisted of introductory PowerPoint presentations featuring pictures, diagrams, and text. However, the global nature of Nestle’s operations meant that trainers had to travel extensively, incurring significant costs, consuming valuable time, and impacting the trainers’ well-being.
Language barriers further complicated matters, potentially hindering clear communication between trainers and learners, and impeding the learners’ ability to fully comprehend the course content and raise questions.
Considering Nestle’s diverse business interests and the growing shift to online sales via platforms like Amazon, it became evident that their existing training approach was outdated, lacked interactivity, and failed to address the challenges at hand. Recognizing the importance of effectiveness and efficiency, we undertook the task of devising a solution that would effectively engage employees across the globe, while addressing language barriers and the need for comprehensive training
At TalentQuest, we’re committed to transforming how organizations develop their employees. When Nestle faced training program challenges, we stepped in. Our team used technology to revamp Nestle’s ILT courses. Through a thorough Needs Analysis, we understood Nestle’s eLearning requirements and filled gaps in their training. Working closely with Nestle’s experts, we created over 150 tailored eLearning modules covering their various segments.
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