A paradigm shift in the way that most forward-thinking enterprises approach learning and development (L&D) is well underway.
That shift — from facilitator-centric to self-directed learning — is about more than just implementing new technology as part of ongoing business transformation. It’s also about L&D’s role in the transformation itself.
As organizations move from a “just-in-case” to “just-in-time” approach to L&D, individual learning styles and preferences are taking center stage. Read this article to learn more.
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