World Wildlife Fund: Using Adaptive Learning to Train Employees
By Nicki Nelson
Senior Project Leader, Monarch Media
April 15, 2016 — Santa Cruz, CA
Monarch Media Case Study
World Wildlife Fund adopts adaptive and flexible learning approach
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) works with businesses to improve the production of commodities that affect forests, freshwater, oceans and the global climate. WWF’s Markets team believe the key is to transform multi-billion dollar industries, helping them produce the goods and services we need in ways that avoid damaging the natural systems on which we all depend for survival.
In response to a request for help from the WWF’s Markets team, Monarch Media collaborated with them to create a training module for its employees who are working to transform businesses and markets to operate within the planet’s limits.
The goals for the project included providing background and context to allow new employees to get on board more quickly, and making complex concept more easily understandable and tangible. Once the course was developed, employees across the globe gained access to resources to help them be more effective in their work.
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