Increasing Product Usage and Market Penetration with Extended Enterprise Learning

Driving business results with extended enterprise learning has become more important than ever.

An extended enterprise learning strategy is more than just empowering learning – it drives business results. Having an extended enterprise learning strategy in place helps enhance customer knowledge, gives your business a competitive edge, and ensures your partners know what your brand represents.

The success of an organization is not solely dependent on the people who work there. To be successful, it is inevitable to operate as a part of a complex extended network that comprises of customers, partners, suppliers, vendors, resellers, and various other interconnected parties.

According to the Brandon Hall Group,

  • 44% of organizations agree extended enterprise learning reduces training costs
  • 31% say it maximizes client retention

Yet only 14% of organizations deliver learning to suppliers and 17% to resellers.

Anuj Pillai, Associate Director – Business Development, Harbinger Group, recently featured on Brandon Hall Group’s Excellence at Work podcast hosted by Rachel Cooke, COO, Brandon Hall Group.

Anuj covered different aspects of the topic “Increasing Product Usage and Market Penetration with Extended Enterprise Learning” and dived deep into it while sharing his valuable insights. In this interesting and interactive podcast, he also answered some crucial questions related to the topic.

Watch this insightful podcast episode to unveil the potential and importance of extended enterprise learning for your business. In addition, get to know the benefits of extended enterprise learning and the parameters you should keep in mind while implementing a successful extended enterprise learning strategy.

Key Takeaways

  • What is an extended enterprise ecosystem? Who is it for?
  • Why is learning important for extended enterprise?
  • What are the recommended solutions to implement extended enterprise learning?
  • What are the challenges of implementing an extended enterprise learning strategy?
  • How do you measure the ROI of extended enterprise learning?