What happens when a programmer, an MBA and an organisational psychologist came together? Well, they devise a platform that transforms the way learning is approached in an organisation.
Recently came across an interesting platform about Gamified Peer Learning for
Employee Engagement – BHyve. I happened to also go through a demo of their product; and one thing that impressed me was they are not here to just build a valuable company; they are here to be partners to ensure that your employees are happy, skilled and engaged. How cool is that?
Taking this opportunity to share my experience and also some of the key insights about BHyve:
Yes, you read it right. How often have we as HR professionals struggled to collect, capture and analyze the skills of employees. BHyve has this unique feature that helps you create personalised skill cards of all employees, that can be mapped against their interests and career aspirations. Impressed? Not yet? Some more insights – All employees, managers and HR have 100% access to dynamic Employee Skill Inventory at all times – a single snapshot of the entire company’s skills set. (See it to believe it)
Confused / Stuck at a problem @ Work? Post the question with # on the shoutout board Get responses from peers for your problem. As easy as that. The best part it that you save on vital business time while building superior employee relations within the organisation!
Learning Exchange Zone:
How cool would it be to transform your workplace into a learning exchange zone where your employees are actively learning from each other.
There are few other interesting tools, but the one that you are waiting for is…HR Dashboard. It covers:
- Skill Inventory of Employees
- Employee Engagement Index
- Employee learning Insights & Patterns
- Knowledge Sociogram
- Trending Skills
- Skill Gap Analysis
Note: Again see it to believe it 🙂
So now that you have got good enough insights about this interesting product. Do go ahead and have a demo. Looking forward to your feedback. As this helps us all learn and grow in the HR Community.
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