305 Going Mobile for Induction and Onboarding
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Tuesday, June 20
Management and Strategy
Induction and onboarding has become one of the key business challenges of the moment. How do you successfully recruit and induct staff to become high-performing and fully integrated, at a speed that matches the speed of change in business? The answer may rest in the power of the mobile devices that are already in everyone’s hands.
In this session, you will explore how mobile can play many critical but different roles in an effective program design. You will examine a tried-and-tested strategic induction and onboarding design methodology, and explore where and why mobile has an important part to play. You will explore different approaches such as tools, games, and knowledge and learning apps, and you’ll see real examples of mobile in induction and onboarding programs delivering learning, recruitment, support, brand awareness, and many other important aspects of best-practice delivery.
In this session, you will learn:
- About a best-practice onboarding methodology
- About the role of mobile in induction programs
- From examples of different mobile programs that are part of best-practice induction
- About innovative approaches to induction delivery
Novice to advanced designers, project managers, managers, and directors.
in this session:
Mobile apps, tools, games, and learning.
Director of Strategic Design
Andrew Joly is a director of strategic design at LEO Learning. He started out in TV production, where he learned about narrative, pacing, engagement, and deeply understanding one’s audience. As a commissioning editor at the BBC, Andrew worked in entertainment, interactive media, and game design, where the focus was on pushing and using technology in new ways. He later spent nearly 14 years as director of design at LINE Communications. At LEO, Andrew focuses on his passion: how innovative learning architectures and approaches can genuinely transform learning and performance in business and make a real difference.