PRESS RELEASE: Double Silver Awards for Sysdoc at Brandon Hall
Now entering its 23rd year, the Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards Program is the world’s most significant learning awards programme and is known as “the Academy Awards of learning, talent and business executives”. The awards attract entries from around the globe including internationally recognised brands, including General Motors, Bank of America, Boeing, Pfizer, and Royal Dutch Shell.
In the UK, the silver award in the Best Learning Program Supporting a Change Transformation Business Strategy category, is for JLR’s Supplier Technical Assistance (STA) eEnablement programme.
JLR embarked on a digital transformation programme to significantly improve the way engineers work with suppliers. This involved transformation from a legacy system managed through spreadsheets and multiple offline dependencies to an online, digital and mobile solution.
Sysdoc, as the solution partner, collaborated with JLR to provide an integrated change and training programme, which involved supporting the future of work through:
- Applying simple, effective learning methods that replicated the use of mobile devices in a high risk work environment.
- Providing a highly stimulating learning environment that closely complemented the themes of the digital transformation undertaken.
- Creating and delivering a sustainable global learning program.
Sysdoc’s Head of Learning Innovation, Andrew Darwin, said “We are very proud of what we have achieved through our partnership with JLR and to have this recognised at an international level. This award celebrates JLR's commitment to investing in its people and adopting modern, innovative methods to implement game changing digital transformation programs across the organisation.”
Charmaine Taylor and Peter Auckram collecting their Silver Award for ‘Best Learning Team’.
Sysdoc in New Zealand was also awarded silver for Best Learning Team for our insource training team at Fonterra, which provides an agile, high quality and seamless service as well as access to the newest innovations in learning.
“This award is a remarkable achievement that cannot be understated and is a testament to the skills and dedication our small 17-member team,” says Charmaine Taylor, Learning Solutions Manager, Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd.
Peter Auckram, Team Lead for Sysdoc at Fonterra, says the award recognises the joint team is “at the top of the game”.
Auckram said, “Our strategy is to keep on top of the technological and latest learning methodologies curve through attendance at conferences and investment in R&D and to ensure that everything we do makes a measurable difference to Fonterra.”
Winning a Brandon Hall Group Excellence Award means an organisation is an elite innovator within Human Capital Management (HCM),” says said Rachel Cooke, Chief Operating Officer of Brandon Hall Group and head of the awards program. “An award signifies that an organisation’s work represents a leading practice in that HCM function and the achievement is also notable because of the positive impact their work in HCM has on business results. All award winners have to demonstrate a measurable benefit to the business, not just the HCM operation.”
The awards ceremony will be held at the Brandon Hall Human Capital Management Excellence Conference in Florida in January 2018.
Notes for editors:
Sysdoc is providing business improvement solutions for the future of work. We offer many innovative and engaging approaches to delivering solutions, and take influence from our background in aviation – robust process, experiential learning, and an emphasis on human factors. Global organisations including Jaguar Land Rover, Fonterra, Vodafone, Relx and National Australia Bank have all benefitted from award-winning Sysdoc enabled business improvement. For more information on Sysdoc, contact Andrew Darwin, Head of Learning Innovation on [email protected] For New Zealand, contact Peter Auckram +64 (0)27 886 3569
Jaguar Land Rover
Headquartered in Coventry, United Kingdom, Jaguar Land Rover is a global organsiation manufacturing a wide range of high-end automotive vehicles under the Jaguar and Land Rover brands.
Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd
Fonterra is a multi-national cooperative owned by approximately 10,500 New Zealand farmers. Responsible for some 30% of the world’s dairy exports, it is New Zealand’s largest company, with brands including Anchor, Tip Top and Mainland. Contact Charmaine Taylor: +64 (0)21 485 910
Brandon Hall awards
The Brandon Hall awards program, launched in 1994, was one of the first of its kind in the learning industry. The program attracts entrants from leading corporations around the world, as well as mid-market and smaller firms.
Further information about the awards can be found here: https://www.brandonhall.com/excellenceawards/index.html
Further information about the award winners can be found here: http://www.brandonhall.com/exc... Learning Program Supporting a Change Transformation Business Strategy.
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