Singapore, Singapore, March 14, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Female-Powered Learning Innovators
Bite-Sized Learning to Empower a Smart Nation of Citizens
In celebration of International Women’s Day this month, Jam Factory rolls out a series of interviews with women from all walks of life excelling in their roles, and bite-sized learning for those who aspire to do the same.
“Women don’t often get enough credit for the complex and colourful lives that they lead. Although a lot of progress has been made for women in the workplace, there is still discrimination and bias, sometimes made unconsciously. It always helps to talk, have fruitful discussions, and share information,” says Yvonne, Co-Founder of Jam Factory.
Women make up 45% of the workforce in Singapore, but at Jam Factory, they make up 90% of the team. An uncommon team profile in the tech business, Co-Founder, Yvonne Soh, set out to design a techenabled solution, Noodle Factory, to develop the potential and transformation of a digital workforce.
Reinventing learning service delivery, these digital end-to-end solutions address the struggles learners face when courses and workshops are just another item on the to-do list.
Yvonne shares, “We adapt to the way that people learn and the ways people learn are changing. People want information at their fingertips, they want it to be precise and concise, they want it to be practical and entertaining and most of all, they want to learn, progress and become the best versions of themselves.”
In the same tone where learners are able to access materials anytime, anywhere and on any internet-enabled device, Jam Factory seeks to achieve work-life harmony through flexible work arrangements by cultivating a supportive and conducive work environment; working mothers have options to telecommute from home to balance family and social life while wanderlust seekers can adopt remote working. Parents of 4-legged kids are welcome to bring them to the pet-friendly workspace.
“We share SSG’s vision for a workforce that seeks lifelong learning and the pursuit of skills mastery, and the Smart Nation movement on building long-term capabilities in a tech-driven economy,” says Yvonne.
Jam Factory seeks a people-first strategy by focusing on the learner’s experience to continually enhance its digital learning platform, Noodle Factory, of bite-sized content of articles, videos and interactive modules to equip the workforce with curated learning moments. Adopting digital transformation in the workplace, learners can access all of Noodle Factory’s materials anywhere, anytime on internet-enabled devices. Noodle Factory’s bite-sized learning solutions allows users to accelerate their learning opportunities and stay ahead of the curve in the marketplace.
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