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MyLeap

MyLeap recognises that a business transformation isn't just about technology. There must be a strong focus on the people that drive the change. 

8

weeks to first launch

165

tickets completed

190K

lines of code written

3

releases since first launch

 
"What other companies quoted as 6 months of work, WorkingMouse and Codebots could deliver in 6 weeks"

- Sarah Yip, Managing Director, MyLeap
 

Problem

The current market does not have a tool that drives behavioural change. Learning management systems are based on consuming content and answering questions. Learning is performed and lost without having any real impact on the organisation. The problem statement was addressed during a two week scope, with six weeks of development required to solve the initial problem.

Solution

We built a responsive web application that helps organisations improve their leadership capability. Users progress through a baseline assessment to determine which areas require upskilling. Based on the results, users can select a learning focus. This is the current skill they are focusing on.

At the end of each learning module, users are tasked with a challenge. A challenge embeds the lessons learned into a practical environment. There are a range of challenge types that vary based on the type of learning. Users are encouraged to journal and take notes while completing challenges to document learnings.
Sarah is the managing director of MyLeap. She has built a successful business focused on teaching organisations about human centred leadership. This is the first program available on the MyLeap portal. The variety of programs is always increasing, giving users greater flexibility over their learning journey.

From an organisational perspective, HR have an overview of how employees are interacting with their learning focus. This brings a level of visibility across an organisation and how they are investing in their staff. It also maps out a staff members learning journey should there be an opportunity for a promotion. 

Process

MyLeap adopted a fixed time, variable scope approach to the project. This meant prioritising the backlog in order to meet a hard deadline. The application needed to be up and running in six weeks to be showcased during a number of keynote presentations. WorkingMouse delivered the project on time and on budget. After the success of the first engagement, MyLeap returned for further development with WorkingMouse. This second engagement focused on optimising the existing system for beta users.

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