Mumbai: NSE Academy Limited (NAL), a wholly owned subsidiary of the NSE, and EdCast Asia Pvt. Ltd. (EdCast) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly conduct the Learning Health Index (LHI) Research, a first of its kind initiative in India.
The MoU signing between NAL and EdCast is considered significant, as it will provide key insights on the overall health of learning and development in India.
The LHI is based on a framework built on eight primary dimensions of learning that contribute to an organization’s learning health. The framework includes a self-assessment tool built from an HR and L&D
Practitioner’s point of view, covering key aspects that define a healthy learning organization.
LHI is a survey-based tool that enables organizations to benchmark themselves with their peers to ascertain their comparative standing in their industry and market. A comprehensive analysis of the relative health across eight dimensions indicate the overall Learning Health of the organization.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Abhilash Misra, CEO, NSE Academy said, “In the fast changing global environment, a learning organization has clear competitive advantage. LHI Survey initiative brings a data backed approach in establishing the link between Learnability, Capability and Performance.”
Mr. Nishchae Suri, President Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa at EdCast shared, “Learning Health in an organisation’s collective ability to Learn. Today, organisations are rethinking their overall capability building approach to make their employees future ready, enhance performance and drive collaborative innovation.”
This association of NSE Academy & EdCast Asia Pvt. Ltd. through published research report, will aid companies to know the relative scores, which would help organizations benchmark themselves against others in their industry and move the needle to improve their ‘Learning Health’.