New Research Report: 2 Keys to a Successful Learning Strategy
If so, you’re not alone.
While all organizations need to develop and deploy multiple strategies, learning can sometimes fall outside the standard scope of strategies that make it up to the C-suite’s purview. Sure, they concentrate on the overall business strategy, marketing strategy, sales strategy, product strategy, and so forth, but why does the learning strategy not automatically make the short list?
Part of the problem might be that many companies struggle to create learning programs that can measurably affect stated business goals. Another challenge is that L&D groups are still figuring out the right ways to develop learning experiences that impact employee performance, which would clearly be something that catches the attention of the broader organization’s leadership at numerous levels.
“Though aligning the learning strategy with the business is considered important or critical by 78% of companies, only 18% say they are ready to take action. What can be done to help create a more robust learning strategy with a connection to the business?”
—Brandon Hall Group, Two Keys to a Successful Learning Strategy
We turned to the researchers at Brandon Hall Group to address these very pressing concerns and to offer possible solutions in our latest co-presented paper, “Two Keys to a Successful Learning Strategy.” This report reveals the latest research based on feedback from small, mid, and large-sized organizations, and how they are tackling the questions around how to build a successful learning strategy.
Please download the full report for current statistics and insights on:
- How companies are aligning their learning strategies with their business goals and how many are actually doing it well.
- Why many companies still undervalue the learning strategy compared to other strategies such as financial, operational, and innovation.
- What leading companies do to deliver on the promise of a successful learning strategy that directly impacts business outcomes.
- Why high-performance companies rely on a blended model to provide learners with a more balanced and effective learning experience.