Industry leaders are using an outcomes-based approach to align their training goals and organizational goals and achieve results.
With COVID-19 changing operational structures throughout the engineering and sciences industries, learning and development departments have taken on an outsized role in maintaining company-wide effectiveness.
Here are some of the things your workforce would tell you about training, if you took time to ask.
Training Industry has leveraged its research and analysis of the market to create a map that breaks down the corporate training landscape by topic area, product or type of service.
Forward-thinking leaders realize that going back to the old normal is a mistake. They understand that creating a new normal, initiated by the digital transformation of their corporate training programs, improves their competitive advantage.
As the pandemic reached global proportions and entire workforces shut down, laid off large numbers or moved to remote operations, the training world continued to spin — albeit, perhaps more slowly than normal.
Could the next significant event in the evolution of the training industry be the post-pandemic era? The answer remains to be seen, but if so, the effect of this era would be the normalizing of remote and virtual training.
It’s not that learning isn’t important. However, what many participants say they gain most from training has little to do with the content or quality of the learning itself.