Developing a plan for L&D requires learning and business leaders to understand the strategic goals, vision and mission of the organization.
Portfolio management is the process of identifying, collecting and curating training resources in alignment with business goals.
The term “training delivery” refers to how an organization presents learning initiatives to learners, a process that is essential for great training.
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.
Having an L&D plan in place ensures training is proactive, rather than reactive, in achieving strategic alignment, which is the single most important process capability of great training organizations.
SWOT, an acronym for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, is an analysis method used in many industries to assess business functions.
The Comprehensive Internal Consulting Model describes the five phases that help position learning leaders as credible internal consultants to the businesses they serve.
Learning leaders often act as performance consultants to stakeholders in their organizations, and consulting is one of the key competencies in the Training Manager Competency Model™.
An evidence-based way of incorporating individual learner differences into training modality selection is to pick training modalities based on learner preferences.
Based on the OSF ratio, L&D organizations should continue to ground their training on experiences, optimizing on-the-job learning for each employee. That said, each source of learning interacts with the other.