Prasad Kakkat

This is a good product from a peer learning perspective. We believe in performance-based interventions but they need to be at scale. Traditionally, the trainer becomes the coach, but in today’s workforce and their ability to be influenced by the peer group is somewhere ignored. I quite like the idea of peer learning. We need to worry about reducing performance skewness as a case. Our new hires are in 21-28 years but we do not have a mechanism to influence and help them to perform – we are still using the conventional training tools. We have things like learning on the go, but it is still self-learning. I am very keen on the peer learning piece.