What do you want
to improve?

That is the only thing you have to ask yourself. We will start from that together.

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Experio is a method that combines consultancy activities and advanced technologies. We have developed it in years of study and project experiences in companies and organizations with a high complexity. We explain in an appropriate page how this method is applied.

Here we want to focus on what this method is.

This method, in a simplified way, consists in creating improvement paths which combine moments of learning, experiences that allow you to put into practice what you have learnt, and moments of evaluation (both of what you have learnt and of the results achieved). We have also divided them with three different colours to make them more evident, even though the flow of the improving path goes on without the Users realizing this triphasic structure.

To understand Experio it’s fundamental to ask yourself the question “What do I want to improve?” Once we have defined this primary aim the method is flexible enough to adapt to the great majority of the improvement needs of companies and organisations.

The main intervention contexts that can be applied are three.

Here we give you three examples that represent well each of the three typologies.


One of the most usual contexts is the one in which the organisation is committed in conforming the competences of the staff to the increasingly hard daily challenges. Experio allows you to work on every kind of competences: theorical (“knowing”), practical (“know how to do”), behavioural (“know how to be”).

The path is spanned with an appropriate sequence of moments of learning (in the classroom and/or online), practical experiences and moments of evaluation.

How can I do better pie charts?

A perfect example of an improvement path of some competences is dedicated to pie charts. Some people don’t know that theese charts, moreover very common, are in reality not so effective in the visualisation of information. It is possible to use alternative solutions and, if you really have to use pie charts, there are little tricks to improve their clarity.

The Experio’s path measures the competences (theoretic and practical) at the beginning and at the end of the path. Thanks to practical tasks, not only you will be able to work on theoretic competences, but on the practical ability of doing a chart as well.

You can contact us to try this demo path and ask for the related demo kit.


Sometimes the organisation doesn’t need to improve competences but a process or a procedure. This doesn’t mean that working on learning isn’t necessary, but that the focus is on the moment of execution of the process.

Experio allows you to work on every type of process: the experience-based tasks are flexible enough to track “almost” every process. And for the very particular processes we are able to “create” the custom-made task.

How to make better store visits?

Even for this context we want to give you a practical example. In this case the process you want to improve regards the periodical store visits made by Area Manager and District Manager to shops of a chain of clothing. Therefore it is known that in some Store Management aspects there are some weaknesses that aren’t often reported or transposed during the visits.

Experio allows you to create an improvement path during which, after a first moment of learning, the participants are invited to put into practice what they have learnt through experience-based tasks  that should take place in the store. An expert tutor asynchronously and remotely evaluates the tasks supporting the participants in their improvement path.

You can contact us to try this demo path and ask for the related demo kit.


The third context is the one of the “data driven” company, in which it is the improvement of results to lead the project. Even in this case the path consists of moments of learning and practical execution, but the moments of analitic evaluation are the ones that give substance to the project itself.

In this case it can be useful to connect to the web application used by participants through web services (API), in order to have a real time update of the data. For example, if you work on the sale funnel you can connect to the used Crm.

How to have more Facebook Likes?

It took us a while to choose the demo path to suggest as an example. We wanted to show the great potential of the approach allowing everyone to try it at firsthand. Thus we thought that (almost) everyone of us owns a Facebook account.

The path starts with a moment of learning that shows some techniques to increase the number of likes connected to the posts. Then the participants can periodically monitor their progress thanks to the automatic connection with their own account data.

You can contact us to try this demo path and ask for the related demo kit.

What if I wanted to do all the three types of paths?

Organizations are lively entities, they change and move in many directions. Experio is, more than a solution, a method and it can be applied and configured to meet a wide range of needs.

Accordingly we can support the organizations by designing a general programme of the projects mixing the three typologies and creating transversal improvement paths.

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