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Qstream Microlearning Program Design

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Microlearning that boosts business performance.

Qstream’s mobile microlearning solution is designed to boost employee performance so you can achieve your business goals.  Easy to use and easy to implement, we can get you up and running on your first Qstream learning program within weeks.  Start your business transformation now, and upskill your people to perform at their best.

Step One

Identify Learning Topics

What are your business goals? And, what knowledge, skills, and behaviors do you need on your team to meet those goals?  Learning leaders choose Qstream to do one thing – reinforce learning that is critical to boost employee performance so your business can be a success.  Align your Qstream roadmap to your annual learning calendar to reinforce the learning topics that will have the most impact on your business.

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Step Two

Create Job-Specific Content

Once learning goals and topics are established, it’s now time to design your microlearning program. Qstream micro-challenges are designed to build critical thinking skills by delivering and reinforcing content in the way the brain learns.  The Qstream Client Services Team will guide you through the content development process by sharing best practices and training you. We also offer a Content Workshop to fine-tune your Qstream content skills or instructional design services if you’d like to outsource the Qstream content process. 

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Step Three

Reinforce Learning at Scale

Before launching your first Qstream challenge, be sure to communicate with participants, managers and leadership so they know what’s coming and to encourage engagement. Then, keep them updated during the Qstream by sharing updates on progress, recognizing top performers and highly engaged participants and teams. Plus, encourage managers to take action on coaching actions to help their team out.

Step Four

Action Qstream Insights

From the Qstream challenge responses, thousands of data points are processed and presented to management via real-time dashboards, proficiency heatmaps, stats, graphs and video scenarios. This information allows managers to analyze and take remedial action where there are knowledge gaps. Proficiency heatmaps also show initial and current proficiency against any reporting parameter to measure training effectiveness and guide future training needs.