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It’s a tough shift to move from teaching lots all at once to keep face, to providing a little bit of learning, with lots of application support, more often.
In today’s consulting landscape, word of success isn’t enough. There’s no hard data to backup your claims about your impact.
We have a waste issue with learning: the culture of learning could be described as ‘disposable,’ as the majority of it gets left behind in the classroom.
Organizations bring in consultants to help them become better equipped to handle challenges and adopt the behaviors that will allow them to thrive.
Learning technologies, and specifically adaptive learning platforms, represent an opportunity to deploy learning more systemically throughout organizations.
Technology change is here to stay. Those who make it an integrated part of their work will be able to use those strategies for agility in their businesses.
Your approach to measuring agility must also be agile—focused on the metrics that matter, and taking into account the ways the organization is changing.
The role of evolving L&D then becomes helping teams improve and integrate learning directly into their work, moving beyond content, into context.
The future of work is here, and it’s bringing with it a renewed focus and emphasis on what have long been called “soft skills.”
Expanding your offerings to include strategies and tactics to maximize peer-to-peer and hands-on learning will allow you to clearly demonstrate the ROI of your work to your clients.
I’m not suggesting that you ignore the big data altogether. Instead, it’s worthwhile to examine both the big data and the small data to figure out what the right data is to solve the issue.
If your clients are serious about retaining their millennial workforce, use our infographic to start a conversation with them about new offerings they should consider for their 2017 plans.
The learning landscape is currently experiencing a value shift—from paying for content to paying for context and immediate applicability.
Technology is driving significant change in the learning space. What are you doing to evolve your business to meet the demand for analytics and data-driven ROI?
In our increasingly connected world, time and attention are becoming as important a consideration as the actual dollars spent on new initiatives.
By shifting your practice along with the changes in the industry, you can increase your relevance in the marketplace, increase sales, and make a measurable difference for your clients.
Want to know the true ROI for those conversations your clients never make time for? It’s directly connected to employee engagement, which in turn, has tangible ROI for businesses.
Business today requires you to be at the ready—relax for too long and it can feel like the rug has been pulled from underneath you.