According to research from Brandon Hall Group, nearly two-thirds of companies expect their employees to connect with learning at least weekly in order to be good at their jobs. Millennials cite a lack of development as a number one reason to leave a job. The learning function needs to undergo a fundamental shift in order to keep up with the speed and changes of the business.
A digital transformation is underway, and it is not just the types of learning people are consuming, but rather the way people are learning overall. Organizations need a strategy and tools that allows learning to become part of the everyday flow of work. Formal elements need to be augmented by informal, relevant personalized experiences.
Join David Wentworth, Principal Analyst with Brandon Hall Group, and Litmos as they explore this shift to digital learning and what it means for organizations who want to stay ahead of the curve.
Discussion topics include:
- Traditional learning challenges
- Characteristics of digital learning
- Use and effectiveness of different modalities/technologies