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LXP: A smarter approach to learning and upskilling

LXP: A smarter approach to learning and upskilling

If you hop on a time machine and go a few years back, you’ll find Learning Management Solution(LMS) ruling the learning space. 

But is this old-school solution still effective in a modern workspace?

It might help all your employees in learning standardized concepts and completing compliance courses like how to file an expense. 

However, if you wish to train them for on-the-job activities, where they can apply their learnings to real-time scenarios, then a Learning Experience Platform(LXP) would be an ideal solution. 

According to the 70/20/10 rule of learning and development, 70% of the time, employees learn by applying the skills on the job. 

Moreover, 20% of the time they learn from other people around them. So here’s one more reason why you should consider LXP: It provides social learning to boost collaborative learning. 

Well, delve deep and you will find many more reasons for using LXP to upskill your employees. For instance, its personalization and AI capabilities. 

Many successful companies harness such AI-powered skilling solutions to ameliorate employee performance. They are able to provide KPI-driven coaching to their employees by tracking weekly KPIs. The AI engine aligns skills that are linked to KPIs, hence personalizing coaching to improve performance. 

LXP-  Stepping ahead of LMS 

Nowadays if you’ve noticed people choose Netflix over television for watching movies. The simple reason is that Netflix is more convenient and it personalizes the experience by recommending movies based on past behavior. The viewer is in control of what he’s watching. If he doesn’t like something he can view other recommendations. The same strategy can be applied to learning. 

This is much like the learner being in the driver’s seat. He can control what he’s learning based on his interest and future career goals. This increases learning adoption and engagement.

Sadly, a basic LMS doesn’t fit well in the AI world to provide a Netflix-like experience to modern employees. This is where LXP comes into play. 

Unlike LMS, LXP is more learner-centric. Instead of drowning a learner in a pool of content, it filters and provides learning material that’s relevant to the employee and his/her job role. It provides benefits beyond what a traditional LMS can offer. 

Josh Bersin, the L&D industry analyst, and human resource expert says Learning Management System was actually designed to manage the process of learning it wasn’t designed to deliver learning. The presumption of the LMS was that the learning was going to be embedded in the piece of SCORM based content that somebody else built that would stick in the LMS and do its thing. So the LXP is developed;  It is a step towards an experience of a learner that was never designed to be in LMS” 

LXP is a platform where content is curated and aggregated with the aim to provide a personalized experience to the learner. It provides greater freedom to the learner to pursue their interests. LMS puts the power in the hands of the administrator. In the case of LXP, the learners steer the ship in their preferred direction to learn what they want for their professional development. 

How LXP can solve various challenges related to learning 

LXP is a fresh approach to learning and upskilling. It isn’t static: LXP can be customized to fit the kind of learning that fits best for your business. 

When it comes to learning and upskilling here are various challenges that LXP solves: 

Challenge 1 – Lack of personalization  

Employees have less time and more work. They are not interested in mandatory training modules that a traditional system offers. They would prefer something more personalized that seamlessly blends with their flow of work. 

Solution – User Experience is the base principle for any LXP. The AI recommendations in an LXP take personalization to a whole new level. It amplifies the learning experience by creating personalized learning pathways. Employees don’t need to dig through myriad resources of content. Based on the job role, interest, and learning history, relevant learning material is recommended to them in real-time that they can easily apply to work. Such recommendations facilitate continuous learning which helps in upskilling employees.  

Challenge 2 – Less involvement of managers in the flow of learning 

Most managers do not have clear visibility into the employees’ learning process due to certain limitations of LMS. So, they are not able to provide effective learning modules and improve employee productivity manifolds.  

Solution LXP involves managers in the flow of learning. Managers can track the learner’s progress to identify their strengths and gaps to give feedback instantly. Performance-based coaching helps in creating an improvement-oriented environment. Managers can quickly deal with performance problems. They can easily assign courses on the areas the learner needs to upskill. 

Challenge 3 – Haven’t tapped into social learning 

LMS often offers a siloed learning trajectory that tends to be slightly dull and repetitive. So companies experience a low engagement level. 

Solution – LXP supports social learning. It gives learners the flexibility to upload and share content with their peers. This social-driven learning is far more rewarding than learning on your own. Employees can learn from one another to develop their knowledge and skills. Most LXP enable team formations with subordinates or team heads, to boost collaborative learning. 

Challenge 4 – Absence of blended learning 

LMS doesn’t give learners the flexibility to blend various learning formats. Learners have to follow a certain structure, they can’t blend the learning the way they want it. 

SolutionLXP being a learner-centric solution, supports blended learning. It gives learners the freedom to blend various learning formats. For instance, blended learning in self-paced learning would be – you see a video, then you view a flashcard, then you read a blog, do an interactive activity and go to your work and implement it. You can also blend offline and online learning classroom training. For instance upload classroom training material, have feedback and surveys post classroom sessions, and schedule multiple classroom batches. Blended learning is the best way to meet the ongoing need of your learners. 


LXP helps in delivering a robust learning experience by offering employees self-determined learning. It focuses on role-based skills and aligns learning with the employee’s job. The AI capabilities help in creating personalized learning experiences. 

You can either opt for a single LXP solution or go for an entire skill stack like disprz that merges LXP with many more functionalities for making learning relevant, interesting, and engaging for your employee. 

Preview and experience disprz in action to see how it can help you. 

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