By using technology, organizations can personalize competency-based assessments to develop individualized learning paths.
We have presented how the new learner, new workplace and new technology will require changes in the way we deliver learning. So, how will the learning experience itself change to meet these evolving factors?
Are the offerings and experiences designed by L&D for their employees becoming irrelevant? Three forces are disrupting the L&D world, and we need to take them into account if we want to reinvent L&D.
Think about how online learning would look if Amazon did it. Online learning would become an experience people looked forward to because it is relevant, targeted and it makes their lives easier.
Stories are the most efficient way of storing, retrieving and conveying information. Since stories require active participation from the listener, they are the most profound social form of human interaction, communication and learning.
This is the saga of learning in a networked society that’s rapidly changing. What are the keys to unleashing the Training Force in a world of flux?