This week, we take a look at some of the learning and development trends we can expect to see in the year ahead.
Trends 2020: The Broadening Role of L&D
Now more than ever, learning professionals are taking on proactive and strategic roles in planning and developing training that’s aligned with larger business goals and aims to improve performance. How can learning leaders deliver programs at the speed of change, and what types of solutions do they need to deliver?
Clinging to 20th-century Learning Architecture Inhibits Your Ability to Deliver a 21st-century Learning Experience
As companies work to adapt and innovate in the 21st century, there’s something that often holds them back—a 20th-century learning architecture.
Building a Workforce for the Future
With the quantity and variety of technology available to us on a day-to-day basis, choosing solutions that will suit your needs over the short and long terms can seem daunting. What can you do now to identify and prioritize advancements that will best suit your needs?
Why Talent Developers Are the Most Important People in Your Organization
In a changing world of work, talent development leaders have more opportunities to take on bigger roles in creating and driving organizational strategies for long-term success. A key reason for this is that CEOs and executives are becoming increasingly concerned about looming skill gaps and shortages, and they are looking to talent developers to help overcome them.