“Phone a friend.”
That’s how workers and managers at Allegiance Bank used to go about finding the upskilling content they needed. Challenged to navigate disparate, difficult-to-search learning systems including several LMSs and numerous content providers, “People would just call us,” said Joanna Lacey, Director of Learning and Development.
To fulfill its vision to grow, the Houston-based bank needed a better way forward. Specifically, it needed to create a first-class L&D organization designed to promote and support high levels of performance.
“We wanted to make it easy to access learning in the flow of work,” Lacey said.
To help make this happen, learning leaders chose Degreed. And when we caught up with the Allegiance team recently, we found out the results have been tremendous.
You can check it all out in our latest video.
See how Degreed helps the bank:
- Provide all workers with a single, easy-to-find front door to development
- Capture, codify and share institutional knowledge
- Empower people to become learning advocates
- Strategically promote learning that supports high performance
“People still do call,” noted Leslie Rainwater, Talent Management and Leadership Development Consultant. However, “Instead of having to go into a lot of detail, it’s like ‘Just look it up on Degreed.’”
Watch the full video: