Is the jump to obtain the latest technology sometimes too hasty? Here are three reasons why great digital learning strategies don’t start with technology and some tips to help you determine your technical requirements.
Today's workforce wants to learn, develop and grow.As companies continue to develop learning environments, there are key elements to consider to ensure learning is a part of everyday business, not a side product or nice-to-have activity.
Discuss the common challenges faced by learning leaders related to company strategy and the structure of an organization, based on data from over 3,500 learning and development (L&D) professionals over the past five years.
The evolution of skills is top of mind for professionals in every industry. Adapting to rapid change has become not only a business imperative but also a demand that motivates learning and development strategies.
Learning delivery models should be in line with their unique needs and avoid the assumption that just because a methodology is a buzzword, it actually works. Let’s dive deeper into the core elements of an effective training strategy.
With the rapid pace of change — in team size and structure and in workplace technology — learning needs to be scalable and efficient. A microlearning strategy can be crucial for your organization’s success.
The spotlight on organizations’ employee development continues to grow. When they feel the pressure, organizations look toward L&D to create the perfect employee training program. But employee training is not effective in a one-size-fits-all approach.
Successful learners are the ultimate outcome of any training course, but that objective is not always reflected in the strategies and goals companies set for their training initiatives.