Building Agile learning programs is more important than ever. However, creating adaptive and flexible programs that can shift alongside business priorities isn't easy. Tune in to this episode of The Business of Learning for expert tips on all things Agile.
Use this infographic to learn how Agile learning design can help L&D create effective, engaging training, even on the tightest schedule.
Understanding data and analytics, specifically the ability to use big learning data to inform the design, delivery and impact of learning initiatives, will be the dividing line between good and great L&D talent.
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A modern talent strategy must equally incorporate learning innovation as well as the skills needed for a more agile, future-focused and virtual workforce in order to succeed today.
Training professionals have spent the year revamping learning strategies to address new goals and objectives. Remote work and learning have taken center stage, as learning leaders worked to convert instructor-led training to the virtual classroom.
It is time to adapt your training programs. We are all talking about adapting learning in the face of disruption, but have you done it?
Companies that commit to a microlearning initiative can look forward to increased productivity and higher employee satisfaction; plus, the process complements the way many employees prefer to learn.
Modern learning strategies should be a flexible roadmap focused on the key metrics that drive your business. In our rapidly changing world, we need strategies that adapt.
Gloat, the AI-powered talent marketplace company is offering new tools and features to help companies become more agile and meet their changing needs.