Strategies for learning organisations

With our strategy advisory services, you will increase efficiency and effectiveness of your Learning & Development (L&D) and Knowledge Management team. We help you realise a Superlearning state, which is focused on maximising organisational, team and individual performance through integrating learning and knowledge management into the flow of work.

Learning & Development (L&D) organisation strategy is a crucial factor in materialising any reskilling or upskilling programmes. Enable the future by reconfiguring your learning operating model and organisation design. Allow continuous growth for your employees by evaluating content, technology and vendors. 

Learning technology ecosystem strategy supports the selection of best-fit employee-centric digital learning tools which are enabling performance and career growth in fundamentally new ways. Through defining the vision of how learning technology supports the digital workplace and through assessing and making recommendations, you will optimise learning technology investments. You will define technology priorities and a future state, and illustrate an actionable roadmap on how to get there.

Retaining knowledge is proven to reduce risk, to shorten the learning curve for new employees, and to reduce the cost and speed to market. In order to share and retain the vast amount of knowledge, Deloitte applies an end-to-end knowledge management implementation framework, and knowledge retention methodology to ensure business continuity and boost knowledge sharing among your workforce.

Through applying the Bersin High-Impact Learning Organisation Framework, we can help you mature as an organisation, where work is learning, learning is work, and the entire culture is set up to encourage learning—no matter where, no matter who.

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Frederiek Van Tornout

Frederiek Van Tornout

Workforce Transformation Leader

Frederiek joined in 2014 after his company Vision was acquired by Deloitte. He leads the Workforce Transformation offering and the EMEA Centre of Excellence for Digital Enabled Learning. Frederiek has... More