Denali Academy’s blended learning approach to training employs includes hands-on methods supported by exercises and case studies. It teaches critical methodologies including category management processes, opportunity assessment, requirements analysis, as well as addressing key soft skills such as stakeholder management.
Key Features of Denali Category Management Foundation Blended Learning:
- Online content and webinars accessible 24/7 to the participants;
- Engagement activities through role playing and simulations increases applicability and allows the learner to make the connection to their own work environment;
- Linearly structured content that is sequence dependent to tie in different pieces/processes of Category Management in a simplified format;
- The use of depth control allows learners to either skim material or cover it in greater detail;
- Builds on a basic-level program that relates fundamental principles or skills to practical situations and extends them to a broader range of applications;
- Sequentially designed course content with the granularity of program material appropriate to learning content rather than just partitioning material into evenly sized pieces;
- Blended learning approach that accommodates a variety of content types, different learners, different learning styles, ability to assess learner trends and act accordingly, improved feedback and ability to
making learning fun;
- Category Management exhaustive concepts broken down in the form of processes and sub-process. Each process and sub-process accompanied by examples and scenarios for better clarity. In short, a process-driven approach was adopted while designing the course;
- Expert-designed generic playbooks and templates to help participants as guidelines in their own work environment;
- eLearning courses followed by classroom training in the form of workshops to provide hands on experience on different project scenarios and case study.