Case Studies

We have worked on a diverse range of projects, touching various points of the employee lifecycle. We have the ability to create a tailored solution in order to specifically meet your organization’s needs.

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“Invati successfully presented to 50+ Talent Development leaders and shifted our existing paradigm around Social Learning.

They effectively combined key Millennial insights with practical, results-oriented application for an intangible, easily misunderstood topic.

Having the presentation designed and led by a Millennial was a key differentiator. Crystal Kadakia was able to boil it down to simple principles, facilitate relevant activites, and partner effectively to meet our business needs and continue our momentum in this space.

We are looking forward to a continued relationships.”

– Org Effectiveness & Development Leader, Fortune 50 Financial Institution

“The solution created was simple - it refreshed and reused tools we already had that engaged new hires in new ways. We often hear new hires say that the program is challenging and the best training they have been through”

On-Boarding Program Redesign

Created globally standard, user-driven, cloud based tool for a specific function within organization.

  • Promoted engaging offline relationship building and training throughout Year 1
  • Currently ~85% of new hires and their managers are engaged with this tool.

 

New Hire Training Program Redesign

Took 7 week, ineffective, unengaging F2F program to a 2 week F2F with blended learning program.

  • Analyzed new hire capability needs
  • Developed new curricula with SMEs
  • New hires and their managers consistently rate training as extremely engaging and as building capability faster than previous training.

Career Path & Training Integration Strategy

Designed strategy to link competencies and training to career paths.

  • Defined standard roles
  • Mapped competencies to standard roles
  • Created user requirements for online portal

“Invati successfully presented to 50+ Talent Development leaders and shifted our existing paradigm around Social Learning.

They effectively combined key Millennial insights with practical, results-oriented application for an intangible, easily misunderstood topic.

Having the presentation designed and led by a Millennial was a key differentiator. Crystal Kadakia was able to boil it down to simple principles, facilitate relevant activites, and partner effectively to meet our business needs and continue our momentum in this space.

We are looking forward to a continued relationships.”

– Org Effectiveness & Development Leader, Fortune 50 Financial Institution

Online Social Network Design

Built on-going online community for a previously offline, annual F2F only network within an organization

  • Analyzed user base to define engagement factors and objective of social network
  • Created a strategy for a champion-driven network with rewards system for usage
  • Focused on knowledge transfer and relationship building

Millennial Regional Network Creation

  • Analyzed user base to understand most effective uses of network
  • Created right mix of events, relationship building, and social learning to maximize benefits, including knowledge transfer and peer-to-peer networking
  • Network included ~200 new hires across North America region.

“She helped us evolve our new hire network from headquarters-only to region wide network, building new, virtual relationships and community where there wasn’t one before.”

Blended, Online Training Program

Training designed using social learning and application elements to drive engagement and capability building

  • Online university approach using Desire2Learn (similar to Blackboard)
  • One of the highest rated trainings at client
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  • Keeping the Gen Y Love: 3 Ways to Manage Meaningful Work
  • Training Design for Millennials
  • Technology In the Workplace: A Double Edged Sword
  • Young Professionals: Breaking Through Generational Presumptions
  • How to Learn Like a Digital Native
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