Corporate learning continues to evolve to meet new business and market requirements. Post-Covid workplace training might never be the same, even though it has been in a slow state of flux for many years. Supporting and upskilling our employees is vital in these changeable times. After all, it is now that we must address the needs of a highly mutable world!
The pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of learning, increased our talent challenges and revealed the need to provide personalised, digitally aided programmes designed to help deliver high-value transformational projects. Our businesses have complex skills needs and our employees are at the heart of any real business transformation; they are the ones delivering the customer experience and driving profit and results. And they need learning in the workflow. They need mentorship, support and connection with their peers. They need a programme of learning designed to support spaced practice, application and knowledge retention.
eLearning and videos and even learning experience platforms have their place. But they may fall short when solving complicated business challenges. That’s why many organisations are leaning into programmatic learning.
This framework allows us to use technology as the fundamental driver of our learning programmes, leverage AI, digital coaching and roleplay opportunities, and even facilitate group work and collaboration online. Learning programmes may not be a new concept, but when interwoven with the modern approaches and technology we now have at our disposal, they are proving a vital part of any L&D strategy.
Download this eBook to explore what programmatic learning looks like amidst a modern business landscape, and understand why modern technologies with fresh mindsets may well be the real recipe for your success. This document will take you through:
- What programmatic learning is
- Six of its business benefits
- When you should use it
- Key ways to introduce it in your business
- How to blend online and instructor-led training
Businesses are changing, skills are shifting, and learning and development (L&D) needs to keep pace with these swift adjustments. This eBook will provide you with ideas on how to introduce digitally-driven programmes into your learning mix to help you better align with business goals and really help conquer some of the more complex skills challenges which are headed your way in the not too near future.