The consumerization of corporate learning technology has evolved at an unprecedented pace and the challenge for L&D groups is how to prioritize in which areas to invest. One approach is to ask that simple question: what do employees prefer? And if we’re planning for the future, how do our youngest employees – those most familiar with social, mobile, and video technologies – want to learn? If your L&D team seeks to modernize its learning programs, taking into account employee learning preferences can provide direction on why and how to shift direction.
Join us for a highly interactive webinar where Wainhouse Research senior analysts Charles DeNault and Alan Greenberg report the results from an October 2017 survey of over 2000 learners. Specifically, they will discuss:
- Differences in learning preferences in general and by generation, validating some and overturning other commonly held beliefs
- The value in increasing the efficiency of learning modes that rely on human interaction, such as Coaching and Mentoring and informal conversations with experts
- Approaches to increasing the capture and sharing of expertise throughout the workforce