Explore all the different ways you can use Stellar Labs for you and your team
In the fast-paced world of evolving technologies, trialling new tools can often seem like a daunting task. However armed with a few practical examples it becomes easier to see the potential of new technology on real projects in your world.
Our platform has proven to be a game-changer for organizations across various industries, enabling them to tailor learning experiences that drive performance and productivity. Here's a glimpse into diverse use cases from our satisfied clients:
Subject matter experts at a leading animal health care company use our platform to design cutting-edge learning with the support of Learning and Development (L&D) professionals. This collaborative approach streamlines the design process and ensures the content is relevant, engaging, and up-to-date. The platform serves as a hub for knowledge exchange, fostering a culture of continuous learning within the organization.
A funeral company, operating on a tight budget and catering to diverse language needs, partnered with us to co-design an onboarding program in both Dutch and French. This cost-effective solution saved time and money plus people in the organisation are now empowered to independently design new programs in the future. The collaborative co-design process facilitated a tailored onboarding experience that resonated with employees in different roles speaking different languages. And we’ve now expanded to embrace seven languages. Goede werk!
A pharmaceutical client with a globally dispersed and busy team turned to our platform to enhance their communication skills. Short workshops supplemented by resources available on the platform, such as checklists and job aids, ensure that team members have access to valuable information when they need it. The platform's open-access model and asynchronous sharing via discussion boards facilitate continuous learning, creating a dynamic and responsive learning environment.
Our platform empowered a telecommunications client to design and implement their own agile scrum master program. The ease with which mentor activity can be tracked and correlated with participant progress allows for proactive interventions when engagement shows a decline. This data-driven approach ensures that the program evolves in real-time, optimizing participant outcomes.
Nobody likes to hear ‘the next course isn’t for another month’. Our platform supports asynchronous learning design programmes so people start learning when they are ready, rather than waiting for cohorts. The Experiment phase, featuring AI-generated scenarios, enables self-paced practice. Social interaction and commitment thrive through discussion boards, visibility of Work Based Actions, and monthly check-in sessions with a coach, foster personalized and effective transfer of skills into the workplace.
Incorporating technology into face-to-face scenarios, our platform transforms Live Labs into dynamic and trackable experiences. People participate in surveys, scenario exercises, and discussions in the platform whilst they are in workshops, giving them a comprehensive view of all their interactions in a learning journey. This seamless integration enhances collaboration, allowing participants to revisit and discuss activities long after the live event.
In conclusion, these real-world use cases highlight the versatility and effectiveness of our platform across different industries and learning environments. By embracing technology in the learning process, organizations can unlock their full learning potential, driving innovation, collaboration, and continuous improvement.
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