Since 2008, Training Industry, Inc. has collected data from training professionals across industries. After over a decade of research, we’ve discovered eight process capabilities that, when optimized, make training organizations great.
Whenever the new normal arrives, those multi-day events at a convention center may still be a worthwhile endeavor and a vehicle for training a group en masse. But right now, there’s nothing optional about remote training delivery.
Companies rely on training to upskill employees and drive culture, but many, if not all, learning and development (L&D) organizations face obstacles to successful training.
Let’s face it: No one buys anything based on a brand’s word alone. Customer review sites have changed the way we market to consumers. What does this mean for L&D? Much like big box brands, you also deliver a product.
When a learning program needs to scale, the list of variables that could cause expenses to balloon can grow exponentially. With a solid plan for expansion, creating and deploying custom content to a global organization won’t sink your L&D initiative.
How much of global spending on corporate training it is spent on initiatives that are strategically global? Our discipline has the potential to connect people, to create shared understanding and values, and to accelerate change.