From Compliance Course to Campaign Part 2 – Getting ‘buy in’

Posted on May 5, 2013

If you haven’t read this series to date it may be worthwhile doing so in order to set the context for this post…

As previously alluded to, one of my perceived areas of challenge in moving compliance training from a course to a campaign, had been the buy in from the SMEs/sponsors/Compliance team.

The 8 x subjects mentioned in the previous post were distributed over 4 SMEs/sponsors. All bar one of them wholly bought into the idea of replacing a stand-alone course with an ongoing campaign approach. The 4th sponsor was bought into the campaign approach, but didn’t want to move away from having a self-contained course wrapped up in a SCORM object.

Here’s a short video outlining the questions I asked to each SME/sponsor.

 

OK, I’ll admit to some artistic licence when producing this video, but it fundamentally follows the thinking that I tried to get the SMEs/sponsors to consider, which was the juxtaposition between the importance of the subjects and the method of delivery.

Keep on reading this series of posts to discover how I communicated what we wanted, engaged with suppliers and (in the fullness of time) the end result!

If you’d like to discuss how we may be able to work together to bring about a fundamental change in the way your organisation delivers its mandatory training, then please get in touch.

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