Approaching Learning Pool, Supercell outlined a brief to replace its legacy system with a more functional and user-friendly platform that would be accessed by more than 3,000 learners, spread across eight geographically distinct locations.
With no real visibility or analytics to speak of, the company in the short term set out to be able to track events, classroom sessions, user activity and progression. But in the longer term, the company’s goals were to merge business intelligence data with learning data in order to build a better picture of how learning and performance intersect.
Built on the award-winning Stream Learning Suite, together Supercell and Learning Pool scoped out a learning ecosystem, branded the ‘Learning Academy Box’, formed around three transformational layers:
Learning Experience – Self-directed and structured learning pathways deliver personal and social learning at scale, from bite-sized content to multi-level courses alongside content curated from external sources.
Content – Supercell uses Stream Authoring to allow users to collaboratively create learning experiences and graphically rich content.
Data and insights – Stream Data Cloud aggregates and analyzes learning data, turning it into actionable insight that drives long-term value for Supercell. The increased visibility of engagement and completion has aided Supercell in designing future programs and content.
Fully supported by Learning Pool, the solution allows Supercell’s administrators and end-users to have all the knowledge and tools they need to maximize the effectiveness of the system development well into the future.