This article is part of a series: Agile Learning – The Guide for Sales Leaders. Previous piece in this series: Tip #2: Focus on One Concept at a Time.
Agile learning is all about speed to value. Once you’ve spotted a knowledge gap, how quickly can you intervene?
This is where many organizations stumble. When your competitor launches a new product or changes their sales strategy, rapid response matters. You can’t afford to wait 6 months for fresh training materials.
In most companies, though, the Learning & Development (L&D) team is under-resourced and bandwidth-constrained. In fact, in the average U.S. company, there is only 1 L&D employee per 300 employees. The result? Long backlogs for new training. Your reps will be waiting a long time for support.
Imagine if it took 6 months for a football team to build training for a new play. You probably wouldn’t see them in the playoffs.
So how can you bypass this bottleneck and ensure your team learns faster than the competition? The key is to use simple software that doesn’t require any technical expertise to create an effective lesson.
You shouldn’t have to know how to code, or how to use specialized software. That way, you don’t have to bother L&D when it comes to your team’s Last Mile Learning. You (or someone on your team) can just take care of it yourself, quickly and easily.
Learn to Win is training software that’s easy for anyone to use. Want proof? Our first power users were football coaches… not known to be the most tech savvy group! Learn to Win’s simple interface means that you can build and share a great lesson with your team in minutes.
It’s faster than PowerPoint for you, and a lot more engaging for your learners.