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14 years of excellence

Established in 2008, the LearnX® Live! Awards is the premier accolade in the world of learning and talent – a time-tested quality awards program.

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Construction

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Defence

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Engineering

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Hospitality

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Maritime

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Professional Services

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Our first 3 speakers

Our speakers are at the cutting edge of L&D, and have specialist knowledge gleaned from industry.
They’re big on future skills, and even bigger on sharing.

RAVINA BHATIA

RAVINA BHATIA

RAVINA BHATIA

Event Host
Director & CLO, LearningTribe

CHRIS WALSH

CHRIS WALSH

CHRIS WALSH

Event Headliner
Academic Director, VU Online

CAROLYN VO

CAROLYN VO

CAROLYN VO

Event Headliner
Senior Learning Specialist, ACCIONA Geotech

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Categories 2021

BEST TALENTED TEAM
(AWARDS SUITE)

Compliance

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people that have managed a compliance training project to ensure employees are trained/educated on laws, regulations and policies that apply to their day-to-day work responsibilities.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the compliance team was appointed? Outline the business case for the compliance project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the compliance project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the compliance project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the compliance team and project in the future of learning.

Customer Experience

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people who have managed a customer experience training project that ultimately delivers on the brand’s promise and increases the professionalism of customer service representatives (CSRs).

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the customer experience team was appointed? Outline the business case for the training project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the customer experience project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the customer experience project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the customer experience team and project in the future of work?

Induction/Onboarding

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people who’ve managed an onboarding/induction project that trains and integrates new talent into the companies structure, processes, culture and working conditions.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the structure and context in which the onboarding team was appointed? Outline the business case for the onboarding project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the onboarding project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the onboarding project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the onboarding team and project in the future of work?

Learning & Development

This award focuses on two or more highly talented L&D professionals who’ve managed an end-to-end training project that had significant impact on workforce capability and business performance, empowered employees and increased employee skill sets.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the L&D team was appointed? Outline the business case for the L&D project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the L&D project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the L&D project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the L&D team and project in the future of learning?

Learning Design

This award focuses on two or more highly talented learning designers who have designed an L&D project using sound instructional design systems to empower participant learning experiences to effectively acquire knowledge/skills and support business outcomes.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the learning design team was appointed? Outline the business case for the L&D project the team designed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the design strategy, including instructional systems, best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the L&D project was designed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the L&D results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the design team in the future of L&D?

Leadership

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people that have managed a leadership development project to ensure new leaders were equipped with the specific skills, tools and behaviours they needed to confidently lead others and drive the performance of their team/s or organisation.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the leadership team was appointed? Outline the business case for the training project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the leadership L&D project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the leadership project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the leadership team and project in the future of work?

Organisational Development

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people who’ve managed an end-to-end organisational development strategy that improved the effectiveness and viability of the enterprise through revised people management practices and systems changes.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the organisational development team was appointed? Outline the business case for the organisational development strategy the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the organisational development strategy was delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the organisational development strategy results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the organisational development team and strategy in the future of work?

People & Culture

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people who’ve managed an end-to-end people and culture strategy that puts employees and their training/development needs at the heart of the business plan and enterprise values.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the people and culture team was appointed? Outline the business case for the project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the people and culture team in the future of HR?

Sales

The award focuses on two or more highly talented sales professionals who have implemented a sales training project to build sales capability and achieve at least two of the following outcomes; increase revenue, drive efficiencies, adapt to change and buyer education, increase product knowledge, and/or advance sales leadership. The sales training can use various delivery methods such as, classroom based, on-the-job, virtual instruction, online and/or mobile.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the sales team was appointed? Outline the business case for the sales training project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams sales expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the sales training project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the sales training project results and how it was successful in achieving team/sales targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the sales team and project in the future of work?

Talent Management

This award focuses on three or more highly talented people who’ve managed an end-to-end talent management project that builds, retains, supports and develops talent in alignment with enterprise strategic goals.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the talent management team was appointed? Outline the business case for the talent management project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the talent management project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the talent management project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the talent management team and project in the future of work?

Talent Partnership

This award focuses on a talent partnership (internal and/or external) that was formed to plan/execute a project that had significant impact on workforce and business performance, empowered employees and increased employee skill sets.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the partnership was appointed? Outline the business case for the project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the partnerships’ performance? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving partnership/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the partnership in the future of learning?

Wellbeing

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people who’ve managed a wellbeing project to support optimum employee health, including emotional development and resilience.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the wellbeing team was appointed? Outline the business case for the wellbeing project the team managed, describing the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, teams expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the wellbeing project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the wellbeing project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the wellbeing team and project in the future of work?

VR Development & Design

This award focuses on two or more highly talented people who have design/developed an end -to-end virtual reality training project using special electronic equipment/environments to help an enterprise empower and skill-up their talent.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the virtual reality team was appointed? Outline the business case for the training project and the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, specific VR tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the (VR) training project was designed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the (VR) training project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (VR) design team in the future of L&D?

Virtual L&D

This award focuses on two or more highly L&D professionals who have virtually managed a (non-face-to-face) end-to-end training project that had significant impact on employee skill sets and business performance.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the structure and context in which the virtual reality team was appointed? Outline the business case for the training project and the key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, specific VR tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management on the team’s performance? Demonstrate proof that the (VR) training project was designed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the (VR) training project results and how it was successful in achieving team/project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (VR) design team in the future of L&D?

BEST L&D PROJECT
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Certification Training

This award focuses on a learning and development (L&D) project that issues a certificate to participants upon satisfactory training/course completion.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the certification training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the certification training project in the future of L&D?

Compliance Training

This award focuses on a compliance training project provided to employees to educate them on laws, regulations and policies that apply to their day-to-day work responsibilities.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the compliance training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the compliance training project in the future of L&D?

Content Curation

This award focuses on a content curation project in which digital learning content has been aggregated from a variety of sources, analysed and structured, and then presented in a systemised design online for employees to access learning.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the content curation project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms. How accessible would the content need to be? Would the content be networked with an App or integrated with different learning management tools?

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the content curation project in the future of L&D?

Customer Experience

This award focuses on a customer experience training project that ultimately delivers on the brand’s promise and increases the professionalism of customer service representatives (CSRs). The training should reflect each customer touch point, using interactions, scenarios, discussions and/or games utilising a combination of techniques, technologies, and/or face-to-face training.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the customer experience training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the customer experience training project in the future of L&D.

Extensive Virtual Workshop

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Health & Safety

This award focuses on a health and safety training project that was implemented to ensure employee health and safety through the assessment and mitigation of risks that may impact the welfare of those at work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the health and safety training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the health and safety training project in the future of L&D?

Induction/Onboarding

This award focuses on an induction / onboarding training project provided to new employees to assist in adjusting to their new job tasks and help them become familiar with their new work environment and the people they work with.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the induction/onboarding training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the induction/onboarding training project in the future of L&D?

Leadership Capability

This award focuses on a leadership L&D project that was implemented to identify and develop leadership capability aligned to enterprise strategy, and drive performance using leading-edge management practices.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the leadership capability project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the leadership capability project in the future of L&D?

Learning & Development

This award focuses on a learning and development project that was implemented to increase performance, ensuring employees possessed the right level of skills and knowledge in an area of the business that aligned to the enterprise strategy.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the L&D project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change effects. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the learning and development project in the future of L&D?

Learning Campaign

This award focuses on a campaign-based learning project that was implemented to give participants repetitive learning experiences, over time using different mediums to create behavioural change.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the campaign-based learning project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the campaign-based learning project in the future of L&D?

Learning Transfer

This award focuses on a learning-transfer project that has been designed so that transfer is reinforced and sustained at focused phase/s of the project, advancing employee performance at work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the learning transfer project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the learning transfer project in the future of L&D?

People & Performance

This award focuses on an all-encompassing people and performance management project that drives L&D decisions with the aim to improve enterprise, operations, team and individual performances.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the people and performance management project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the people and performance management project in the future of L&D?

Performance Support

This award focuses on a performance support project that is embedded in the workflow so that employees have access to specific information to build on the effectiveness of formal learning and includes the use of technology.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the performance support project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the performance support project in the future of L&D?

Product Knowledge

This award focuses on a product knowledge training project an enterprise has implemented to build knowledge of its merchandise and/or services, solve product and customer related problems, answer enquiries about its products/services and offer advice/solutions.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the product knowledge training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the product knowledge training project in the future of L&D?

Sales Training

The award focuses on a sales training project an enterprise implemented to build sales capability to achieve one or more of the following outcomes; increase revenue, drive efficiencies, adapt to change and buyer education, increase product knowledge, and/or advance sales leadership. The sales training can use various delivery methods such as, classroom based, on-the-job, virtual instruction, online and/or mobile.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the sales training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the sales training project in the future of L&D?

Short Virtual Workshop

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Social Learning

This award focuses on a social/collaborative project that enables employees to share learning and their expertise to support skills, and provide access to relevant information, knowledge and discussions through different types of media technologies.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the social learning project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the social learning project in the future of L&D?

Technical Skills Training

This award focuses on a technical skills training project an enterprise has implemented to skill employees to either design, develop, implement, maintain, support or operate a specific technology, or related application, product or service.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the technical skills training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the technical skills training was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the technical skills training project in the future of L&D?

BEST TALENT STRATEGY
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Career Development

This award focuses on a career development strategy that is a partnership approach between the individual and the enterprise to benefit both jointly. The strategy is structured for capability development using internal/external tools, resources and coaching to enable employees to learn and navigate their career in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the career development strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including career development tools, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What culture shifts and specific leadership building/coaching activities did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the career development strategy in the future of work?

Change Management

This award focuses on a change management strategy that implemented an engaged behavioural leadership model to prepare, equip and support talent in a period of enterprise transformation. The strategy will consider past/present employee tasks, culture and work environments, with a design for increased business performance in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the change management strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What culture shifts and specific leadership building activities did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the change management strategy in the future of work?

Coaching Talent

This award focuses on a coaching talent strategy that was implemented to equip talent with the tools, knowledge, and opportunities they need to fully develop themselves to be effective in their duty to themselves, the enterprise, in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the coaching talent strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What culture shifts and specific coaching activities did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the coaching strategy in the future of work?

Diversity/Inclusion

This award focuses on an enterprise diversity/inclusion strategy that values talent equally by creating an all-encompassing environment that accepts individual differences, embraces their strengths and provides opportunities for all staff to achieve their full potential in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the diversity/inclusion strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What leadership styles and specific capabilities did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Were participants offered accurate information and training to enable the diversity/inclusion strategy to be successful? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the diversity/inclusion strategy in the future of work?

Design Thinking Talent

This award focuses on the use of a design thinking (DT) strategy to assist in producing a creative solution to a specific talent management challenge. Areas of talent could be (people and culture, wellbeing, career development, diversity/inclusion, learning culture, team building, flexible working, onboarding/induction, change management, recruitment)

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the design thinking strategy, describing the context, key drivers, users/participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, collaboration methods, creative processes, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What specific capabilities did the strategy require for success?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from users/participants and stakeholders/management? Did they conclude that the strategy advanced a design thinking culture, with collaboration, knowledge sharing and backing-up a creative learning mindset?

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and talent outcomes. What is the outlook for the design thinking strategy in the future of talent management?

Design Thinking Training

This award focuses on the use of a design thinking training strategy to assist in producing a creative solution to a specific employee training project challenge.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the design thinking training strategy, describing the context, key drivers, users/participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, collaboration methods, creative processes, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What specific capabilities did the strategy require for success?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from users/participants and stakeholders/management? Did they conclude that the strategy advanced a design thinking culture, with collaboration, knowledge sharing and backing-up a creative learning mindset?

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and training outcomes. What is the outlook for the design thinking strategy in the future of L&D?

Employee Experience

This award focuses on an employee experience strategy that advances the relationship between the employee and the organisation to positively impact culture and performance. The strategy integrates, personalises and places value on each step of the journey for employee and organisational success in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the employee experience strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including employee experience technologies, tools, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, innovation and support solutions. What culture shifts and specific leadership building/mentoring activities did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the employee experience strategy in the future of work?

Flexible Working

This award focuses on a flexible working strategy an enterprise has implemented to allow both the company and its employees to make arrangements about working conditions, that help employees maintain a work/life balance and help the company improve productivity and efficiencies in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the flexible work strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What type of commitment, time and energy would need to be invested, to build, integrate and sustain the strategy?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Did employees feel they now had a flexible work environment, valuing both work-life balance and advancing company performance? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the flexible work strategy in the future of work?

Learning Culture

This award focuses on a learning-culture strategy that not only provides formal training within a capability framework but integrates a system of continuous learning opportunities with access to technology, mobile learning, job-aids, micro learning, coaching, social networks, information sharing and self-directed learning to advance business performance in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the learning culture strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. How was the current learning culture climate assessed? What specific capabilities did the strategy require for success?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Did they conclude that the strategy advanced a learner-centred work culture with collaboration, knowledge sharing and backing-up a lifelong learning mindset? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the learning culture strategy in the future of work?

Mentoring Talent

This award focuses on a mentoring talent strategy that was implemented to offer less experienced talent, professional guidance on day-to-day work activities, through two-way discussions at regular intervals during which both mentor and mentee are creating an environment that leads to successful outcomes for all talent and the enterprise.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the mentoring talent strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What culture shifts and specific mentoring activities did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the mentoring strategy in the future of work?

Organisational Development

This award focuses on an organisational development strategy that was implemented to improve enterprise effectiveness and viability through the introduction of revised practices allowing the organisation and its people to learn/adapt to certain challenges such as, new technologies, competition, regulation and/or other business demands.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the organisational development strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What type of commitment, time and energy would need to be invested, to build, integrate and sustain the strategy?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the organisational development strategy in the future of work?

People & Culture

This award focuses on a people and culture strategy that builds leadership excellence, engages and supports employee learning, health, safety and wellbeing. The strategy aims to develop new skills and capabilities and improve the enterprises’ ability to attract the best talent whilst adjusting to challenges in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the people and culture strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What specific leadership building capabilities, culture, change practices did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Does the enterprise now have a high performing and agile workforce? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the people and culture strategy in the future of work?

Team Development

This award focuses on a set of team development activities that was implemented to advance group development around established goals, that solve challenges such as, communication, culture, change, problem solving, decision-making, building trust, agility and planning to optimise team capability and business performance in the future of work.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the team development strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What leadership styles and specific team development activities did the strategy require?

3. Post strategy implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Did they conclude that the team development strategy fostered team cohesion and built capability to deal with established goals? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the team development strategy in the future of work?

Wellbeing

This award focuses on a wellbeing strategy that engaged employees beyond routine work practices providing a holistic approach to different wellbeing risk factors where managers and employees collaborate to improve physical and mental wellness.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the wellbeing strategy, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post strategy deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the strategy results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the wellbeing strategy in the future of work?

BEST LEARNING MODEL
(AWARDS SUITE)

70:20:10

This award focuses on a learning model that creates a path forward for the future of learning, that supports/advances employee learning and business performance. The model is technology-powered, learner-centred, social, continuous and immersive, allowing an organisation to stay ahead of the curve, in terms of cost-effectiveness, closing skills-gaps, building capability and driving a positive learning culture.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the 70:20:10 learning model, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the learning model was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the learning model results and how it was successful in achieving strategy targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the 70:20:10 learning model in the future of L&D?

Blended

This award focuses on a blended learning model in which two or more delivery methods are used to support/advance employee learning and business performance.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the blended learning model, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the blended learning model was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the blended learning model in the future of L&D?

Custom/Bespoke

This award focuses on a tailor-made learning solution that is customised to meet the unique training needs of an organisation to support/advance employee learning and business performance.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the custom/bespoke learning model, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the custom/bespoke learning model was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the custom/bespoke learning model in the future of L&D?

Future

This award focuses on a learning model that creates a path forward for the future of learning that supports/advances employee learning and business performance. The model is technology-powered, learner-centred, social, continuous and immersive, allowing an organisation to stay ahead of the curve, in terms of cost-effectiveness, closing skills-gaps, building capability and driving a positive learning culture.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the future of learning model, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. How would the model experience impact learner engagement, performance, and work culture? Was the learning pathway designed with flexibility, ease of access and participant centric? Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms. Was there any external learning assets and connective experiences available to participants outside of work? How would the model support and report on participant development, and manage continuous learning needs?

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the future of learning model in the future of L&D?

Online

This award focuses on a learning model in which the learning was delivered solely online to support/advance employee learning and business performance.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the online learning model, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the online learning model was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the online learning model in the future of L&D?

Rapidly-Shifted-Online

This award focuses on an existing traditional classroom learning project that’s been rapidly remodeled for online delivery due to the pandemic emergency lockdown, associated with ‘COVID-19.’ Models could be, asynchronous, synchronous, blended, supported by an LMS, LRS, and/or task app software, video conferencing etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the shift-it-rapidly online learning model, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons and/or data analysis undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post model deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the online learning model was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the model results and how it was successful in achieving learner targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the online learning model in the future of L&D?

BEST ELEARNING INITIATIVE
(AWARDS SUITE)

F2F Classroom to Virtual Classroom

This award focuses on an eLearning initiative that transferred ‘F2F’ classroom training to ‘Virtual’ classroom-instructor led training.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the f2f to virtual classroom adoption initiative, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the design/implementation strategy, including career development tools, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, expertise, technologies, innovation and support solutions. What culture shifts and specific trainer/participant environments needed to be adopted?

3. Post initiative implementation, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the initiative was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the initiatives results and how it was successful in achieving initiative targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the virtual classroom in the future of L&D?

On a Budget

This award focuses on an eLearning initiative that’s been designed and deployed on a budget of ($15,000 maximum) to support/advance employee learning and business objectives.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the eLearning initiative, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including budget, design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, tools and support.

3. Post initiative deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the eLearning initiative was developed/delivered on time and within budget.

4. Outline the eLearning initiative results and how it was successful in achieving learning and performance targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the eLearning initiative in the future of L&D?

Widespread Adopter

This award focuses on an eLearning initiative that an enterprise has implemented over a large section or the entire company to support/advance employee learning and business performance.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the eLearning initiative, describing the context, key drivers, participants, reach and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, tools and support.

3. Post initiative deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the eLearning initiative was developed/delivered widespread, on time and on budget.

4. Outline the eLearning initiative results and how it was successful in achieving participant reach, performance targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the widespread adopter eLearning initiative in the future of L&D?

New Adopter

This award focuses on a newly implemented eLearning initiative that an enterprise has introduced into its traditional-style training practices to support/advance employee learning and business performance.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the new eLearning initiative, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, tools and support.

3. Post initiative deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the new eLearning initiative was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the eLearning initiative results and how it was successful in achieving participant learning and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the new eLearning initiative in the future of L&D?

On-Demand

This award focuses on an eLearning initiative that provides on-demand eLearning solution/s that are self-paced, available 24/7, anywhere, supporting learners, leading to greater engagement, skills, performance, and productivity.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the on-demand eLearning initiative, describing the context, key drivers, participants, reach and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, tools, and support.

3. Post initiative deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the eLearning initiative was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the eLearning initiative results and how it was successful in achieving participant take-up, performance targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the on-demand eLearning initiative in the future of L&D?

BEST ELEARNING DESIGN
(AWARDS SUITE)

Accessibility

This award focuses on an eLearning project that was smartly designed with accessibility features/elements/interactions for a diverse audience.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including diversity of the target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart accessibility design?

2. Explain the instructional design strategy/model? What resources and technology/tools were used? What key accessibility design features/creative elements were included?

3. Describe the overall quality of the accessibility eLearning design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the accessibility design work in the future of eLearning?

Agile

This award focuses on an eLearning project that was smartly designed with agile methods/principles to respond to learner behaviours and/or environments.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the agile eLearning design brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why agile design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. How was the agile eLearning concept developed ?

3. Describe the overall quality of the agile eLearning design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants? What special elements/features did it require?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the agile design work in the future of eLearning?

App

This award focuses on a smart learning App design that extends the enterprises LMS and is created for mobile learners and trainers to access content on-the-go across mobile and tablet devices, including iOS and Android platforms.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart app design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. How was the learning App concept developed? What devices/platform were selected, and why?

3. Describe the overall quality of the eLearning app design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants? Did the App require any special features?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the app design work in the future of eLearning?

Audio

This award focuses on an eLearning project that was smartly designed with audio-rich content, using audio elements such as electronic sound, music and/or voice-over narration.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart audio design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. What type of audio-rich content did it involve – music, voiceover narration, audio paired with imagery and/or user playback/volume control etc.?

3. Describe the overall quality of the audio eLearning design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the audio design work in the future of eLearning?

Free Resource

This award focuses on an eLearning project that was smartly designed to allow free access to the online resource as part of an educational engagement project to spread knowledge and develop specific skill sets for a broader industry/community.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart free resource eLearning design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. What type of free content did it involve?

3. Describe the overall quality of the free eLearning resource design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the free resource design work in the future of eLearning?

Game

This award focuses on electronic media that are smartly designed for learning-experience games in which video, consoles, computers, mobile devices and/ or game-based phone apps are used to support/advance employee learning.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart game design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. What types of technology/content/elements did the game involve? What types of tasks would be designed into the game?

3. Describe the overall quality of the game design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the game design work in the future of eLearning?

Interactive Scenario

This award focuses on interactive electronic media elements that are smartly designed for learning-experience scenarios in which video, consoles, computers, mobile devices and/ or interactive scenario-based phone apps are used in an eLearning project.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart interactive learning design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. What types of technology/content/elements did the interactive scenario involve? What types of tasks would be designed into the interactive scenario?

3. Describe the overall quality of the interactive scenario design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the interactive scenario design work in the future of eLearning?

Micro/Bitesize

This award focuses on an eLearning project that was smartly designed using micro/bite-size learning methods for short-term learning activities.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart micro/bitesize design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. What type of micro/bitesize content did it involve?

3. Describe the overall quality of the micro/bitesize eLearning design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants? How did it fit with the modern learner?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the micro/bitesize design work in the future of eLearning?

Shift-it-Online

This award focuses on an existing traditional training project that has been smartly redesigned/repurposed for online delivery.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart shift-it-online eLearning design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required to shift the traditional training online.

3. Describe the overall quality of the online learning design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the shift-it-online design work in the future of eLearning?

Simulation

This award focuses on electronic media that are smartly designed for learning-experience simulations in which mechanical devices, video, consoles, computers, mobile devices and/or simulation-based phone apps are used.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. How was the simulation concept developed? Why smart simulation design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. What types of technology/content/elements did the simulation involve? What types of tasks would be designed into the simulation?

3. Describe the overall quality of the simulation design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the simulation design work in the future of eLearning?

Video

This award focuses on the smart design of an online training video (internet streamed or downloaded) for use on one or multiple devices.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the eLearning project brief and share the challenges involved, including target audience and any subsequent challenges/change impacts. Why smart video design?

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required. What type of video training content did it involve?

3. Describe the overall quality of the video eLearning design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants? How did it fit with the modern learner?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the video design work in the future of eLearning?

BEST EXTENDED REALITY (XR) TRAINING PROJECT
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360-Degree Video

The award focuses on a skills training project that used 360-degree video as an interactive, immersive learning experience to build skills/capability into the future. The training project can be hard/soft skills-based. 360-degree video can be enhanced with other technologies/physical environments.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the 360-degree video training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the training project results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the 36-degree video training project in the future of L&D?

VR Hard Skills

The award focuses on a hard skills training project that used Virtual Reality (VR) as an interactive, immersive learning experience to build skills/capability into the future. Hard skills could be, but not limited to – Safety, Emergency/Risk, Trades, Machinery, Computing, Professional Expertise etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the (VR) training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the (VR) training project results and how it was successful in achieving hard skills training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (VR) training project in the future of L&D?

AR Hard Skills

The award focuses on a hard skills training project that used Augmented Reality (AR) as a visual, interactive, immersive experience that combines real-world environments with virtual elements to build skills/capability into the future. Hard skills could be, but not limited to – Safety, Emergency/Risk, Trades, Machinery, Computing, Professional Expertise etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the (AR) hard skill training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the (AR) training project results and how it was successful in achieving hard skills training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (AR) hard skills training project in the future of L&D?

VR Industry Specific

This award focuses on a Virtual Reality (VR) training project that has been tailored to a specific industry and has transformed the way that industry trains/learns into the future. For example, industries could be, but not limited to – Auto, Aviation, Construction, Finance, Healthcare, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Maritime, Military, Mining, Retail, Real Estate etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the (VR) training project, describing the industry context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from industry participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the training project results and how it was successful in achieving (VR) training targets and industry/business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (VR) training project in the future of industry?

AR Industry Specific

This award focuses on an Augmented Reality (AR) training project that has been tailored to a specific industry and has transformed the way that industry trains/learns into the future. For example, industries could be, but not limited to – Auto, Aviation, Construction, Finance, Healthcare, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Maritime, Military, Mining, Retail, Real Estate etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the (AR) industry specific training project, describing the industry context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from industry participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the training project results and how it was successful in achieving (AR) training targets and industry/business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (AR) industry specific training project in the future of industry?

Integrated (VR & Online)

This award focuses on an integrated training project that was delivered using both (VR) and online. The (VR) allows the participants to practice/test what they have learnt during the online training at structured intervals.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the integrated training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the integrated training project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the VR & Online integrated training project in the future of L&D?

Integrated (AR & Online)

This award focuses on an integrated training project that was delivered using both (AR) and online. The (AR) allows the participants to practice/test what they have learnt during the online training at structured intervals.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the integrated training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the integrated training project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the AR & Online integrated training project in the future of L&D?

Integrated (VR & Face-to-Face)

This award focuses on an integrated training project that was delivered using both (VR) and face-to-face instructor-led training. The (VR) allows participants to practice/test what they have learnt in the classroom/on-the-job.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the integrated training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the integrated training project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (VR & F2F) integrated training project in the future of L&D?

Integrated (AR & Face-to-Face)

This award focuses on an integrated training project that was delivered using both (AR) and online. The (AR) allows the participants to practice/test what they have learnt during the online training at structured intervals.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the integrated training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the integrated training project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the AR & F2F integrated training project in the future of L&D?

Mixed Reality

The award focuses on a Mixed Reality (MR) training project that combines aspects of both Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) to create an immersive/real world learning experience for skills/capability development into the future.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the (MR) training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the (MR) training project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (MR) training project in the future of L&D?

VR Soft Skills

The award focuses on a soft skills training project that used Virtual Reality (VR) as an interactive, immersive learning experience to build skills/capability into the future. Soft skills could be, but not limited to – Communication, Leadership, Empathy, Teamwork, Emotional Intelligence, Time Management etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the (VR) training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the (VR) training project results and how it was successful in achieving soft skills training targets and business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (VR) training project in the future of L&D?

AR Soft Skills

The award focuses on a soft skills training project that used Augmented Reality (AR) as an interactive, immersive training experience to build skills/capability into the future. Soft skills could be, but not limited to – Communication, Leadership, Empathy, Teamwork, Emotional Intelligence, Time Management etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the (AR) soft skills training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test programs undertaken?

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from industry participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the training project results and how it was successful in achieving (AR) training targets and industry/business outcomes. What is the outlook for the (AR) soft skills training project in the future of industry?

BEST PANDEMIC RESPONSE
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Working From Home Team

This award focuses on two or more highly innovative professionals working as a team in the talent management space (L&D, People & Culture, Org Dev, Wellbeing, WHS, Compliance, Recruitment, etc.) who were relocated/deployed to work from home ‘full-time’ in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the Covid-19 business case for the deployment of the (WFH) team, describing the context, team/management expectations, participants, challenges and change impacts.

2. Describe the (WFH) team strategy, including resources, expertise, social networks, collaboration tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post team deployment, what was the feedback from participants, including stakeholders/management? Did the team feel engaged with the business? Demonstrate proof that the (WFH) team operated resourcefully, efficiently, productively to set targets, and within set timelines.

4. Outline key results the team was successful in transitioning from a traditional workplace environment to a home office experience. Did the team find a working from home/life balance?

Learning & Development Project

This award focuses on a learning and development project that was implemented/pivoted, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the Covid-19 business case for the L&D project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any pivot challenges/change effects.

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the strategy was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the L&D results and how it was successful in achieving project targets and business outcomes.

Shift-it-Online

This award focuses on an existing traditional training project that has been smartly redesigned/repurposed for online delivery, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the Covid-19 business case for the online learning project. Describe the project brief, including target audience, challenges and change impacts.

2. Explain the design strategy/model, including the talent, resources, tools, knowledge and technical skills required to shift the traditional training online.

3. Describe the overall quality of the online learning design. Was it technically clever, creative and engaging for participants?

4. Explain learner/enterprise impacts resulting from the online learning project roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management?

Health & Safety Training

This award focuses on a health and safety training project (PPE, control, test, dispense, manage, prevent, treat) that was implemented to ensure all those trained, operate/administer within relevant directives/guidelines, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the COVID-19 business case for the health and safety training project, describing the context, key welfare issues/drivers, guidelines, participants and any challenges/change impacts.

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, technical expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and employee/business performance outcomes.

Hard Skills Training

The award focuses on a hard skills training project that was implemented in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Hard skills are hands-on and centre around health/safety/wellbeing, cleansing, technical /expertise/equipment training etc. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the Covid-19 business case for the hard skill training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts.

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, team expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the hard skills training project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and business outcomes.

Soft Skills Training

The award focuses on a soft skills training project that was implemented in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Soft skills may involve, leadership, empathy, teamwork, emotional intelligence, communication/transmission of advice/empathy/solutions with patients, families, co-professionals, media and the general public etc. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the Covid-19 business case for the soft skills training project, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts.

2. Describe the project implementation strategy, including best practices, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, specific tools, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving soft skills training targets and business outcomes.

Resilience & Wellbeing

This award focuses on an employee resilience and wellbeing training project that was implemented/pivoted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The project can be widespread or target a specific group in various workplace conditions i.e. traditional, hybrid and/or working from home.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the COVID-19 business case for the resilience and wellbeing training project, describing the health/mental context, key stressors/drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts.

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, mental/health expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and employee/business performance outcomes.

Compliance Training

This award focuses on a compliance training project, that was implemented/pivoted to ensure employees/enterprise maintained regulatory and in-house compliance standards, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the COVID-19 business case for the compliance training project describing the context, key drivers, participants and any pivot challenges/change impacts.

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including training design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the compliance training project was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the training results and how it was successful in achieving compliance/training targets and business outcomes.

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eLearning Design

This award focuses on an eLearning project that was specifically designed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Describe the Covid-19 eLearning design brief and share the challenges involved, including range/scope of target audience, and any subsequent design challenges/change impacts.

2. Explain the instructional design strategy/model implemented? What resources and technology/tools were used? What key design features/creative elements were included to meet learner needs?

3. Describe the overall quality of the eLearning design in relation to the Covid-19 response. Was the design interactive, easy to navigate, content snappy/engaging, and visually balanced for learning?

4. Explain learner impacts resulting from the eLearning roll-out. What was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? What experience/vision can be shared from the design work, in the future of eLearning?

Technical Skills Training

This award focuses on a technical skills training project an enterprise has implemented to skill employees to either design, develop, implement, maintain, support or operate a specific technology, or related application, product or service, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The project can be widespread or target a specific group.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the Covid-19 business case for the technical skills training, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts.

2. Describe the implementation strategy, including design/development, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, expertise, technologies, innovation and support mechanisms.

3. Post project deployment, what was the feedback from participants and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the technical skills training was developed/delivered on time and on budget.

4. Outline the project results and how it was successful in achieving training targets and business outcomes.

BEST LEARNING TECHNOLOGY
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Use of Technology in Learning

This award focuses on a smart technology that was used to accelerate/advance individual and/or enterprise learning. Technologies could be, (ARG’s) Alternate Reality Games, (AR) Augmented Reality, Chatbots, Podcasts, Specialist Learning App’s, Vidcasts, (VR) Virtual Reality, A1, (VW) Virtual Worlds, (VC) Virtual Classroom, (WC) Wearable Computing etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the technology, describing the context, key drivers, participants/users and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test of other technologies undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, innovation and support mechanisms. 5000 characters maximum; score out of 15 What type of commitment, time and energy was invested to build, integrate and sustain the strategy?

3. Post technology deployment, what was the feedback from participants/users and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the technology was deployed on time and on budget.

4. Outline the technology results and how it was successful in accelerating /advancing learning to support the business. What is the outlook for the technology in the future of L&D?

Learning Management System (LMS)

The focus of this award is on a smart Learning Management System (LMS) that is either installed on an enterprise server or hosted in the cloud ‘SaaS’ on a vendor’s server to manage employee learning, skills and knowledge with modern features, such as an intuitive user interface, social media, collaboration tools, brand integration, customised reporting, adaptive learning paths, analytics, course library, content curation and multi-device accessibility etc.

CRITERIA
1. Outline the business case for the LMS implementation, describing the context, key drivers, participants and any challenges/change impacts. Were there any industry comparisons, data analysis and/or pilot/test of other systems undertaken?

2. Describe the implementation strategy, transitioning existing content, KPI’s, timeframes, resources, key features, tools and support. What key LMS features/functionality did the learning team require? Did it need to be configurable and/or scalable? What layers of content did the LMS need to support and transfer to users? Was integration with other technologies crucial, such as social/collaborative tools?

3. Post LMS deployment, what was the feedback from users and stakeholders/management? Demonstrate proof that the LMS was deployed on time and on budget.

4. Outline the LMS implementation results and how it was successful in managing participant learning aligned to business performance. What is the outlook for the LMS in the future of L&D and work?