The ongoing transition from sitting in a classroom to learning by doing has not changed — so what has? There are several major disruptions that are reframing what it means to train and be trained.
Let’s take stock of 2020 and look at the possibilities of training in 2021 and beyond.
Forward-thinking L&D professionals are adapting to this environment by implementing microlearning and just-in-time training strategies.
Totara, a leading provider of enterprise learning, engagement and performance management technology, today announced strong customer growth momentum to close out 2020.
Here are a few ways 2020 shaped L&D and what training professionals want to see in the future of workplace training.
As companies begin the work of remaking themselves, they will need models of success and partners in that work. Online institutions are well positioned to serve as both.
Training and development planning for 2021 should focus on the ability to evolve L&D, with an emphasis on the skills that can support business goals.
Adaptable to both formal and informal virtual learning needs, video helps improve training quality, speed and adaptability at a reduced cost.
Now is the time for L&D to pivot and be the glue that makes organizations more effective in 2021.