The field of learning and development is undergoing a huge transformation. It started before the pandemic forced companies to rethink in-person training and work from home policies. Today, the shift is playing out against a backdrop of market volatility, a rapidly changing workforce, and technological transformation that has impacted our lives in every way.
Workforce readinessâ€”the state of being fully preparedâ€”is now a mandate for all organizations in this swiftly evolving economy. According to PwC's "Talent Trends 2019" report, "79 percent of CEOs worldwide are concerned that a lack of essential skills in their workforce is threatening the future growth of their organization."
While many Chief Learning Officers (CLOs) may believe their current approach to workforce readiness addresses these changing demands, most efforts only begin to lay the foundation for a transformation that will directly impact the growth and strength of your business and your employees.
About This Report
Focus on the Moment of Need Modern learning initiatives are designed with the end in mind: How does the initial learning experience tie directly to the momentof-need?
Easy Access Whether it is delivered through a mobile device, CRM or call center system, email, or other platform, learning must be pervasive, continuous, and easily accessible.
Speed and Agility Using traditional methods, the design and development of learning content and programs takes weeks or months.
Collaboration Ask any professional what they value about classroom learning and in-person meetings, and most will say engaging with their peers, learning from others, and sharing challenges and experiences.
Personalization and Impact Every professional's experience with learning should be relevant, targeted, and add value to the business.
Learning Champions There is one additional priority that CLOs must address to achieve the objectives described above: enlisting internal champions.
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