Organizations should consider more thoughtful training on the six keys for success before starting any Lean Six Sigma implementation.
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.
As a learning leader, you likely grapple with many training challenges, but you may lack context for what’s normal in the uphill battle toward effective training. This report provides that context.
Regardless of where a company is headquartered, people often believe the company and its employees think and function the same way at every location. This HQ-centricity creates cultural blind spots that hinder the success of global implementations.
As a learning leader, supporting transformational change initiatives might feel intimidating and beyond anything you’ve ever done. With the right readiness plan, however, you’ll have the tools you need to manage a successful game-changing rollout.
Discuss the common challenges faced by learning leaders related to L&D operations, based on data from over 3,500 L&D professionals over the past five years.
The problem with doing more with less is that it’s really about the “less” and not about the “more.” There is a better way. It’s time to stop death by a thousand cuts and start doing things differently.
After many weeks or months, the training project is written, tested and approved. Now, it is ready to be implemented. There are many ways to roll out a training program, and the best method depends on the type of training program and the audience.
When it comes to developing, delivering and managing learning and development, learning leaders can face a variety of challenges. Download this infographic to learn the top challenges, along with recommendations on how to address them.