One of the major advantages of Digital Learning is how simple it is to deploy at many remote sites, including internationally. However, you still need to have the right technical infrastructure. If your company has an LMS or a secure intranet, it will be easier. Otherwise, you will have to consider an alternative solution, such as using hardware (a USB key, for example) to disseminate the training programme at the company’s different locations.
The constraints are not only material. “Sometimes a customer comes to us with a specific idea that unfortunately isn’t necessarily relevant. Either because it is not suited to the context or because it’s difficult to achieve in their environment. By discussing with them, we will be better able to separate the expressed needs from the real needs. We have to avoid starting with a misunderstanding or being influenced by a fad. It’s sometimes necessary to make compromises: for example, to give up on using a Serious Game because it’s unsuitable to the context, but to add some touches of Gamification in the proposed training”, explains Vincent Gaillard.