A new learning standard can help in a changing world of work. Here’s what corporate learning looks like now.
To adapt to and succeed in a changing world of work, today’s organizations should strive toward a new learning standard, one that’s powered by tech-enabled modern learning strategies that help drive agile corporate learning and development.
With there being a strong case for making the move to modern learning in the workplace, we wanted to get a better sense of what learning and development is currently like across different organizations—what’s driving it and how it’s deployed—so we asked around. Here’s what we found out.
This infographic is called Corporate Learning at a Glance.
- The most pressing learning needs are:
- Leadership development
- Soft skills
- Knowledge sharing.
- Learning and development is important to most organizations.
- 1% very or extremely important
- 9% moderately, slightly, or not important
- As is leveraging new technologies for learning:
- 61% very or extremely important
- 39% moderately, slightly, or not important.
- But most employees are, at best, only somewhat satisfied with their organization’s learning and development program:
- 7% extremely satisfied
- 5% somewhat satisfied
- 8% neither, somewhat or extremely dissatisfied.
- The top five uses of learning platforms are:
- 2% compliance
- 7% technical skills training
- 1% support training
- 2% leadership development
- 1% on-demand bite-sized learning.
- Using video as a learning tool is very important to most organizations:
- 6% very or extremely important
- 5% moderately, slightly, or not important.
- But most organizations are ineffective when it comes to using video for training and development:
- 7% very or extremely effective
- 3% moderately, slightly, not at all effective, or don’t use.
- Most organizations don’t use video for feedback and coaching:
- 24% use video
- 76% don’t use video.
- Organizations are not effectively capturing internal subject matter expertise:
- 4% very or extremely effective
- 6% moderately, slightly, or not effective.
- And they’re not effectively sharing subject matter expertise internally.
- 3% Very or extremely effective
- 7% Moderately, slightly, or not effective.
- Most organizations create custom content for internal use:
- 71% do
- 29% don’t.
- But they don’t use gamified elements to encourage engagement in their training or L&D programs:
- 24% do
- 76% don’t.
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