Experience the power of remote Supply Chain learning!

Companies are currently in the “sense and respond” mode. Rightfully so, hopefully we’ll move to a more “predict and prepare” mode soon. In addition distance has become a factor and we have to work remote. Most companies experienced remote working by now, some are taking the first steps in remote learning. But how does effective and innovative remote learning really work?
Supply chain consulting firm Involvation already has years of experience in blended learning. Remote learning has always been an integral part of their blended learning approach. Over the years new innovative remote components and tools, like a 3D environment, have been introduced. Supply Chain Media has developed an online knowledge bank with Machine Learning. This “Netflix for Supply Chain” with personalized supply chain content is particularly suitable for the onboarding of new employees and talent development.

Check out the 60 minute webinar by Involvation and Supply Chain Media to find out:

  • Why continuous learning is crucial
  • How to engage colleagues and associates
  • How to design a learning program
  • How to build a blended learning program
  • Best practices of remote learning examples
  • New innovative remote learning tools like 3D learning
  • The pros and cons of remote learning options
  • The future of Supply Chain learning

Watch the webinar here.

It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change
Charles Darwin