How MCI integrated its learning ecosystem
Over the past ten years, MCI Group has evolved its L&D offering from an ad-hoc local model
into a rich ecosystem of face-to-face programmes, academies and digital resources, all under the umbrella of the MCI Institute.
You can discover how Filtered helped MCI to unify and further ameliorate their learning ecosystem in our case study.
Case StudyIn the face of a rapidly evolving media sector, Reach must continuously future-proof its workforce by helping them to adapt to constant change.
Many of the issues that L&D face such as too much content, poor analytics, small teams, tight budgets and upskilling leaders for digital transformation were also faced by Royal Mail when they introduced magpie.
Royal Mail addressed these challenges by engaging their employees with an intelligent learning recommendations engine and curated content.
Microsoft Teams (Part III): putting magpie into the flow of work
Here is the third part of our series on Microsoft Teams. In this one, see how together with MCI Institute, MCI Group’s Learning and Development Centre of Excellence, we’ve been developing a use case for integrating magpie into Teams and how we're planning to turn the learning in the flow of work vision into a reality.
Since summer 2018, MCI has been working closely with Filtered to pilot and deploy its learning recommendation engine, magpie, as part of a larger learning ecosystem.
Join MCI Group’s Global L&D Director Avinash Chandarana, our Head of Success Rob MacAllister, and Solutions Consultant James Tyas to find out about how MCI and Filtered curated content and deployed AI-based learning recommendations to a global audience.
Introducing AI, chatbots and personalization into your learning strategy
What is the business value of artificial intelligence and other innovative technologies to learning organisations who are using it today?
In this session, our Solutions Architect, Toby Harris is joined by Peter Riber, Senior Digital Learning Manager at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy to discuss the role of AI, chatbots and personalization for learning in his organisation.
The format is a combination of prepared insights and free interaction, including questions, that enables Peter to share honest insights into AI and learning.