Toby Gilchrist & Rob McKenzie, Creative Account Manager and Product Manager, Digits
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are core to every organisation and provide people from all levels of the organisation with a simple way to view the information that they need, which is key to driving compliance.
Kia use incentives to drive participation in their award-winning training programme and it is essential for them that everyone in the organisation has immediate access to the KPI performance for their area. Kia use dashboards that were developed by Digits’ award winning learning platform glo™. They provide a clear visual way of viewing the data that means that individuals, managers, area managers and administrators all know where they are compliant and which areas need development. This means that there are never any surprises when year-end comes.
In this webinar, we will be looking at how our clients can configure the dashboard functionality within gloTM learning platform to:
Toby is the Creative Account Manager for Digits and works closely with clients to capture their requirements, apply creative treatment and then work with the Digits production team to turn the requirements into reality.
Before working at Digits Toby’s background was in digital design and has a BA Hons in Visual Communication from the University of Central England. He held previous positions as Digital Technology Lead for Workforce Development at Hampshire County Council and a trainer for Apple.
Rob has worked for Digits as both a project manager and now the product manager steering the development of their learning platform gloTM. Rob also provides consultancy on how to use gloTM to maximise benefits to clients. Implementing the learning platform into a diverse range of clients from the motor industry, financial institutions, retail and charities has given Rob a wide insight into the variety of challenges faced by learning and development teams and the ways that technology can be used to solve them in a Brilliantly Simple way.
Before working for Digits, Rob worked for a large international IT solutions company followed by a spell at The AA. He has a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Warwick.
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