Team-based learning campaigns that change behaviour

What is team-based learning?

We do learning a little differently at Yarno.

Most online learning is self-led. The learner gets sent a link to complete online learning within a timeframe. Everyone completes the learning independently of each other.

At Yarno, you don’t go through a module solo, and instead, the learning is focused on a team vs team competition. It’s mate against mate, state against state, department against department, store vs store, and so forth.

How our customers do this:

  • Winning Group do ‘state of origin’ - QLD vs NSW
  • Primary Connect do DC vs DC
  • Supercheap Auto do store vs store
  • Rebel do state vs state challenge
  • Blackmores run a country vs country challenge across Asia.

The benefits of team-based learning are:

  • It builds relationships and strengthens company culture
  • It creates more engaging learning experiences and increases completion rates
  • It promotes development as a team, rather than prioritising the individual team member

Research by global analytics and advice firm, Gallup, has found that employees who are engaged with their team and workplace are more involved and work harder, resulting in 21% higher productivity, and lower rates of burnout and fatigue.

If you’re interested in finding out more about why team-based learning is the future of learning, check out our whitepaper!

Click here to download the Team-Based Learning Whitepaper, today.

Why team-based learning campaigns work!

Mate vs mate, state vs state – just like your footy tips. Gamification incentivises and sustains engagement by promoting friendly competition and rewarding learners for performance, participation, and improvement. As a result, our learning campaigns average over 85% completion rates* – that's world-class.

*Educational researcher, Dr. Katy Jordan, reports the average completion rate for open online courses is 15%.

The Yarno Leaderboard!

The Yarno scoring algorithm rewards both participation and performance and forms the basis of the individual and team leaderboards, which in turn drive engagement amongst learners. A few of our customers have shared how much they love this:

"The team are excited, having fun, talking about it and REALLY stoked by the competition aspect." Senior leader at Woolworths.

"We are thrilled at the level of learner engagement generated by the Yarno campaign, but even more so by the level of learning, interest, and discussion that occurred amongst workers." Director of Workplace Development and Learning at Mental Health Victoria.

What is campaign-based learning?

Campaign-based learning is just that. Learning over a period of time, usually 3 weeks on a specific topic.

Rolling out learning in a campaign format means that you can schedule it, promote and communicate about it, collect and compare pre and post-campaign data to accurately measure results, and more effectively target your team's learning needs going forward.

Being in control of the content you're covering also means you can plan for it within annual training budgets.

Learn more about Yarno's learning campaigns

We'd love to chat about how Yarno can benefit your business

Mark Eggers

Mark, our Head of Sales, will organise a no-obligation call with you to understand your business and any training challenges you’re facing. Too easy.