There are many challenges facing learning and development (L&D) professionals today. According to a Training Industry, Inc. research report, about one-third of survey respondents identified content relevancy as a challenge within their organizations.
Strategy, Alignment and Planning
Today, conventional learning finds itself plagued by two challenges that new apps have circumvented. Unfortunately, learning loses much of its value in two places: the retention gap and the information-application gap.
In the learning space, we often talk about innovation, but rarely is it in relation to the classroom. And yet classroom training represents roughly 70 percent of training budgets.
Ask any executive what their biggest frustrations are and, invariably, they will answer, “Long-winded, unfocused presentations that pack in too much data.”
Social learning remains one of the most misunderstood components of modern workplace learning strategy. A change in mindset is necessary.
Digitization is challenging the way we live, work and relate to one another. The pace of technological change is accelerating and disrupts our current business models (while creating new inspiring ones).
18 Jul 2018
Last quarter, the U.S. unemployment rate dropped to 3.9 percent. This is the first time we’ve seen a number below 4 percent in nearly two decades – since before the economic boom that crested just before the 2001 recession.
This edition of our magazine explores a menu of delivery approaches that can improve the impact of many learning and development programs.