Adaptive Learning for Functional Planning for Your Supply Chain Management

Adaptive Learning for Functional Planning for Your Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management (SCM) is the supervision of materials, information, and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to wholesaler to retailer to consumer. Adaptive Supply chain management involves coordinating and integrating these flows both within and among companies. Planning plays an essential role in successful implementation of a supply chain management systems in any organisation. Some benefits include increasing consumer satisfaction, reduce inventory stock outs, scheduling your production line-up efficiently. Proper planning and forecasting help you develop production requests for manufacture, plan new product launches, promotional activity and periodic differences in demand. In such a whirlwind of activities it is necessary to stay abreast with latest methods and skill sets required in planning for Supply Chain Management, and adaptive learning helps in doing just that!

Below are the skills required for Planning in SCM

Global perspective

Strategic SCM

Cohesive business development

Project Management

Tech Savvy

Better Communication

How can Adaptive Learning Help?

An independent research suggests that adaptive technology can help you augment your ability to retain by 10%. This technology is popular among millennial users as they prefer the use of digital learning platforms. Adaptive learning methods allow for personalized learning where the process of teaching, the content, its delivery, and assessment are adapted to meet the learners’ individual needs and capabilities.

Adaptive learning integrates other digital innovations such as e-learning solutions, collaborative quizzes, interactive imagery , instinctive marking, multi-device accessibility etc. — Adaptive Learning is one of few most preferred formats that is altering the way we teach and evaluate learning in the e-Learning space.

Adaptive Learning Calibrates Existing Resources to Higher Productivity

The teaching platforms are automated, and software can personalise content to the learner and teach topics so that the learner can learn at his or own pace from anywhere in the world. Adaptive learning is a cost flexible option that enables organisations diffuse knowledge via multiple-devices to multiple users at any given point in time.

We at Multiversity adapt best of the industry standards and practices to provide Responsive eLearning solutions that seamlessly adapt and cater to all types of devices, operating systems, browsers, and screen sizes. Our approach includes adapting design methodologies:

Responsive / fluid design methodology: We develop responsive designs as per different screen dimensions. This enables effortless flow of information in formats that are most favored by the users.
Adaptive design methodology: We design Adaptive layouts wherein content layout is required to be loaded on predefined different screen dimensions.
Learning Functional Planning would require a deeper skill to foresee events basis personal experience and historic data. Adaptive learning modules developed by Multiversity not only amplifies reception of this skill at one’s own pace but also enables the user to grasp the concepts on grass-root levels and apply it for increasing organisational productivity and sharpening client servicing as the modules are developed post a thorough observation of current knowledge transfer methodology, how does Multiversity fit in the value chain of the organisation and finally how you want to design your learning atmosphere.

5 E-Learning Trends to look forward to in 2018

5 E-Learning Trends to look forward to in 2018

With higher investments in the technology sector forecasted for this year, 2018 promises to be big for everyone in E-Learning biz. While it is difficult to pinpoint which one particular format would be the best but it is important to understand which ones made to the trending list for this year. Here’s our take.

1. Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality

Augmented reality is a live view of a physical, real-world environment where in the elements are digitally created/manipulated;whereas Virtual Reality is an immersive view of digitally developed environment. Statista stated that higher adoption of both AR-VR technology would gross beyond 12.6 Billion USD.

With complimenting gadgets flooding the market at affordable prices, it is highly likely that organizations would be willing to embrace this format to enhance their learning experience.

2. Gamification

80% of organizational learners believed that gamified content is easier to grasp and more relatable. More than one-third of the global workforce is composed by millenials, given this, it is evident that gamification is the go-to format for functional training modules. So if Gamified content isn’t “your game” yet, it should be now.

3. Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots

From iPhone’s Siri to Google’s Assistant to intelligent bots on websites and more, we have come a long way and have long journey ahead of us in case of Artificial Intelligence or Intelligent Chatbots. While this is one of the most debated concepts in the digital realm, AI is without refute the forerunner of futuristic digital education. 70% of the top-rung organizations use this technology internally to calculate and distribute content that could be used to take commercially sensitive decisions. Most of such organizations are of the opinion that if such information is applied for training purposes, it could boost almost 32% of the decision making capability amongst all the levels of employees.

4. Adaptive Learning

Adaptive learning is the bellwether of E-learning. Adaptive learning enables packaging learning content according to the specific needs of a group of individuals. Adaptive learning has improved the retention rate by 10% and has pulled up the productivity rate by 27% as suggested by an independent study. Organizations adopt Adaptive learning to laser in the required learning to its employees and maximize the ROI thereafter.

5. Social Learning

Social Learning can be closely related to peer-to-peer learning wherein the members share information for each others’ benefits, only here the medium is a digital/online platform. The learning module developed in such platform garners higher engagement as information is now the central part of a conversation. According to a study by the Brandon Hall Group, 73% of the sample companies were willing to up their investment in social learning as it produces 75:1 ROI.

We look into the future of eLearning with optimism of moving forward technologically and create more engaging content for you as we understand your very individual and specific needs. Visit for more details about our service offerings and our portfolio at

Mobile Learning for New Branch Managers

Tips to Applying Online Training to develop the Salesforce

On a global scale, a study found the Average age of Bank Managers to be around 26 years. A generation that is obsessed with technology and prefers to access information on the go. In this digital age, it is imperative that we research and develop bite-sized information that could be consumed on mobility enabled devices. The infographic below elucidates the reasons why mobile learning should be best fit for training new branch managers.