As new technologies constantly disrupt the learning landscape, organizations are experiencing winds of change at a rapid pace. To adapt better to this transformation, it’s imperative to prepare the workforce to be agile and resilient, so they can step up to new challenges.
Skills sets too are becoming obsolete faster than ever with some skills sets having changed by around 25% since 2015. By 2027, this number is expected to double. Needless to say, reskilling and upskilling are more important than ever for all businesses now.
It’s time L&D budgets largely focus on investments in key areas like new-age learning innovations, necessary skills for the future, just-in-time training in the flow of work, AI-driven content creation and results-based training among other aspects.
Invince recently partnered with HR.com to create an insightful research report that takes a close look at learning technology trends and practices through the eyes of HR professionals. The study surveyed as many as 256 HR professionals from across the globe, covering organizations of all sizes ranging from SMBs to larger enterprises.
This report unearths some very critical perspectives on the topic including:
- ✓ levels of satisfaction and key drivers of overall learning
- ✓ main drivers of learning
- ✓ benefits of learning technologies and how they are measured
- ✓ current importance and prevalence of learning technologies
- ✓ common features of learning technologies in three areas: performance, content creation and curation, and collaboration
- ✓ the future importance of learning technologies and how they will change over the next three years