Frequently Asked Questions
I want to offer this to my company. Do you offer group licenses?
Yes, we do offer group subscriptions to The Anticipatory Organization. We have a tiered pricing plan that is available for organizations or departments of all sizes. Contact AOLearning@burrus.com or call 1-262-367-0949 for more information.
How is the course structured?
There are four learning modules. Each lesson starts with a short, single-concept video followed by a rapid application activity designed to deliver results. The sooner a lesson is applied to everyday activities, the more it becomes a part of the learner’s everyday mindset. After each 3-5 minute single-concept video, the learners apply what they have learned to the work they do, regardless of their position title.
How quickly will I see results?
Benefits will be seen immediately, because you can apply each lesson to the work you do. You don’t have to wait to finish the course to get the results you're looking for. We recommend that you start from the begining and move through each lesson in order or you can start with any lesson in the training.
What kind of results will I see?
A direct result of learning to be anticipatory is that it fosters two key areas of innovation: Everyday Innovation–where individuals learn to predict and pre-solve problems with inventive solutions, and Exponential Innovation–where individuals and teams learn to turn predictable disruption into game-changing advantages.
How can I develop an Anticipatory Mindset?
We are teaching a new competency, the ability to Anticipate, which elevates decisions and accelerates results. We have post-learning tools that can be used to apply and magnify the impact of the principles long after you have completed the lessons.
How is this training different than other online courses?
We examined other best in class training systems from both large and small companies so that we could get a baseline to develop our next-generation Anticipatory Organization Learning System.
Unlike the vast majority of online learning systems that teach only in the lower levels of Bloom's Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain (remembering and understanding), our lessons have the learner use all of the higher levels which include applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating.