The Scalable Organization Development

Rapidly deploy scalable digitally-blended learning interventions

Facilitated by Metabridge LLC

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Wiztango is a digital platform for Publishers, Authors, Enterprises and other Content Originators to facilitate learning circles.


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In the article, “L&D’s biggest challenge and greatest opportunity: letting go” Jane Hart wrote “Modern professionals like to learn with and from others” As organizational leaders, are we leveraging an effective framework to achieve this? Learning circles is a scalable framework for digitally-facilitating collaborative learning at-the-workplace.


Our aim is to coach a team to design, develop and deliver a learning circle. Your first priority is to choose a topic. Next, select three to five relevant professionals to form your design and delivery team. The team must comprise of a subject matter expert along with training professional, content designer, instructional designer, senior management, facilitator, manager and other functional roles. Then we plan out a schedule, either it is rapid 1-2 days to completion or slow and steady over a couple of weeks.

Our intervention consists of synchronous face-to-face sessions combined with asynchronous digital learning. The purpose of our face-to-face interventions is to review completed work and validate next steps. In between, the team continues and completes the design & development learning circle.

The ultimate goal is to permeate the learning experience through the organization. As a result, the garnered collective intelligence can be shared with key stakeholders. The outcomes and analytics support managers in creating an evidence-based and actionable plan for subsequent learning interventions;

Learning circles are an effective framework for Digital Organization Development and owe its origin to Study Circles from Sweden. Some of the core principles include equality of participants, facilitated learning not training, a collaborative and not competitive environment and balancing knowledge acquisition with social communication.

Key Learnings

  • To contextualize and define the learning circle overview

  • To apply instructional design models and formulate a blended learning plan

  • To develop and publish digital content

  • To deliver a digitally-facilitated learning experience

  • To share qualitative and quantitative outcomes and analysis


1. Bring a laptop or a digital device, preferably with a keyboard
2. Our Face to face session should be a minimum of 60 minutes, although 90 minutes is preferred
3. Ensure sufficient lead time for your stakeholders, we recommend a minimum of 1-2 weeks



Learning stakeholder


1. On boarding
2. Complete assigned pre-work


1. Complete assigned post-work
2. Implement action plan



Topics and agenda

  • 1. A Warm Welcome

    On boarding | 15 Minutes

    Lets get you on board and do a bit of practice

    To achieve a sense of comfort in your digital learning environment

  • 2. Getting to Know You

    Ice Breaking | 20 Minutes

    Have you share your background, expertise and highlight your uniqueness

    To know each other better along with our respective purpose for being here

  • 3. Project Overview

    Aligning | 15 Minutes

    Confirm your outcomes, deliverables and set mutual expectations

    To create alignment for the stakeholders

  • 4. Setting the Context

    Researching | 30 Minutes

    Explore methodology, technology, ecosystem and other relevant background information

    To research and contextualize aspects and concepts

  • 5. Digital Perspectives

    Exploration | 20 Minutes

    Research relevant components, inputs and outputs for digitalization

    To know the life cycle of digital learning design and development

  • 6. Start-up

    Brainstorming | 30 Minutes

    Discuss the intervention, implementation, key issues, roles, growth, transformation and KSF

    To create the key inputs for your Learning Circle

  • 7. Project Plan

    Actioning | 30 Minutes

    Define your project leads, drivers and estimates

    To assign and action key deliverables

  • 8. The Overview

    Design & Development |

    Specify and define the name, premise, description, outcomes, deliverables and other relevant items

    To begin the process of content development

  • 9. The Learning Plan

    Design & Development |

    To list the topics, objectives and other points relevant to the flow of learning

    To design & develop the learning plan

  • 10. Story Boarding

    Design & Development |

    Create content for each topic, review and validate the flow and design

    To learn and implement instructional design

  • 11. Digital Publishing

    Design & Development |

    Publish the developed content

    To learn and implement content publishing

  • 12. Digital Facilitation

    Piloting |

    Prepare facilitation notes and script

    To implement and practice the delivery of your learning content

  • 13. Go-To-Market

    Workshop | 30 Minutes

    Going to Market in today's digital world is exciting work for sales and marketing professionals. Having a marketing plan makes it efficient and effective.

    To design, develop and implement your Marketing Plan

  • 14. Review and Reflection

    Feedback |

    Step back to share your learning experience, highlight areas to improve on future performance and recommend action points

    To analyze what you have learned and achieved

  • 15. Reference

    Receiving | 30 Minutes


Prashant Jain
CEO, Entrepreneur, Chief Architect Learning Circles

PJ is the Chief Architect of Learning Circles and creator of a Digital Facilitation Technology Platform for Content Originators. He is an American with a global background as an entrepreneur in technology and education management.

In 2002, he founded and for fourteen years successfully managed an in-residence corporate university for Japanese employees of Hitachi Corp, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Yokogawa, Panasonic and 30 global Japanese corporations. The Singapore-based company achieved $8.9M revenue at its peak and had 1,000 Japanese graduates from 25 global-skill development programs.

In the past 25 years, PJ has had pioneering leadership roles in the digital transformation of multiple industries including Pre-Press (Israeli-based Scitex Corp), Photography (Boston-based Leaf Technologies), Printing (Dutch-based Indigo Corp) and Advertising (Boston-based Engage Technologies)

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Metabridge LLC

At Metabridge, we work with Subject Matter Experts (SME), Product Owners, Authors, Publishers, Training Providers, Corporate, Institutes and Schools and a wide gamut of the learning supply chain.

Our growth business model and Learning Circle technology enables SMEs & Content Originators to build a scalable learning model by digitalizing their expertise and then assigning trainers and teachers to facilitate digitally-blended training as a Learning Circle for employees, professionals or students to contextualize & apply learning, resulting in learning through collective intelligence and a high ROI.

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