This interactive mini-simulation tool shows how enterprises can enhance their lifelong learning capacity. The user selects from the set of recommendable human resource practices and finds a matching learning dimension, thus gaining an intuitive understanding of different types of learning dimensions and their relation to the practices.
This interactive mini-simulation tool represents a simplified economy along the lines of a macroeconomic growth model. The user can set both standard growth model parameters (such as saving rate, population and technology growth rates) and the parameters affecting the rate of lifelong learning in the working population. The tool predicts economic growth over the next year. The users thus gain an intuitive feel for the strength of impact of LLL activities on human capital formation and GDP growth.
This interactive mini-simulation tool represents a simplified model of learning circumstances and learning mechanisms along the lines of our findings. In the tool, the user can create a biography based on education background and type of job and examine the corresponding average level of problem solving skills. The users thus gain an intuitive feel for the strength of impact of different skill determinants.
LLL investors can follow different decision-making routes if they aim to stimulate employee-driven entrepreneurship and innovation. To put these decision-routes into the broader LLL investor perspective, the LLL decision maker can invest in three LLL-areas which are conceptually described in the attachment.
Investor decision tree model