As organizations continue to face unpredictable change and the potential for new volatility, the need to quickly and effectively reskill and upskill their workforce to meet new demands has dramatically increased. However, most companies remain challenged by how to accomplish this. Business is moving too fast and the workforce is too busy, distracted, and dispersed for traditional training models to be completely effective.
Download this paper from Litmos and Brandon Hall Group for a research summary which found that only half of companies believe their learning approach is positioning them to meet future work requirements. These will demand a much more agile learning environment aligned with the goals of the business and the learners themselves. That’s the future of driving real impact on behaviors and performance.
Access the paper for answers to questions such as:
- Which tools and technologies will help facilitate personalized learning at scale?
- Could we apply learning and brain-science principles to our learning experience?
- Do we properly leverage the role of managers in the learning experience?
- Are our learning development and delivery processes agile enough?