The client, The University of Georgia (UGA), is one of America’s oldest and most distinctive institutions of higher learning, offering rigorous programs that span the undergraduate liberal arts to doctoral-level degrees. With more than 36,000 students enrolled in 17 schools and colleges, UGA is consistently ranked among the nation’s leading institutions.
The Project Outline
Mindmarker recently worked with UGA, one of the nation’s most distinctive learning institutions, to reinforce the knowledge and skills taught to during an 8-week Executive MBA program. Rather than waiting until after the program was complete, the reinforcement program coincided with the materials taught each week.
Following the Mindmarker methodology, Mindmarker designed and implemented a cloud-based reinforcement program for 25 executives throughout the course of the 8-week MBA Executive program. The goal of the reinforcement program was to help the students remember and apply the material they learned each week. The main challenge was to make sure the Mindmarker program focused on key objectives and incorporated the right balance of reinforcement and repetition without overloading the students with too much information during the week.
“The Mindmarker system gave a whole new dimension to teaching a class. It kept the students on track during the week and gave me an excellent tool to do in-class testing on their smartphones with live results.” – Professor Antonia Saravia
of learners stated they were very impressed with Mindmarker’s ability to keep them on track.
of learners stated having the ability to take the exams on their phone was a great experience.
of learners stated they would recommend the MBA program to their peers.
With Mindmarker, behavior change results are 4x greater.
Without training reinforcement, only 21% of learners apply their new knowledge and skills, but when training is reinforced with Mindmarker, more than 83% of learners achieved long-term behavior change. Mindmarker helps learners change their behaviors and apply what they learned in training back on the job. See reported findings below:
Time spent training
new hires decreased by
Customer satisfaction ratings