To help you find the right digital learning platform, we’ve compiled a list of questions you should ask before making a final decision.
In this chapter, we share our playbook for autonomous work—from the foundations leaders need to set in order to empower autonomous working in a remote environment to the close links between autonomy and motivation, we provide insight on how to balance giving employees freedom whilst ensuring leadership priorities are met.
In this article, we’ll give you the arguments you need to present the business case for investing in an LMS for training. But first, you need to know how you’ll use your LMS within your L&D strategy.
Read on to hear more about the barriers employees encounter when learning at work and the critical challenges faced by L&D teams when implementing learning in the flow of work.
It's official: we're not doing enough to support new managers. We asked 3k people in the US, UK, France, and Germany how our new manager training is working, and how we can do better by offering support in the flow of work.
In this article, we delve into how to develop a comprehensive digital learning strategy. We’ll cover how to establish clear knowledge goals to help you to determine what you need to track, how often you need to track it, and where you need to store it. It will also facilitate an organisational learning strategy that supports your digital learning strategy and helps you achieve your goals.
Read on to hear more about the types of learning learners find most effective in each country, and how L&D teams can better facilitate learning in the flow of work.
In this chapter, we focus on how far UK L&D teams have come in implementing learning in the flow of work and offer recommendations on where to go next.
How far have we come in implementing learning in the flow of work since its inception? Is it still a priority for organizations across the world or are there better ways to give people what they need to learn and improve? Find out here.
Our 2022 learning in the flow of work report shows that L&D teams around the world continue to make progress with supporting learners as they carry out their day-to-day work. Here's how they can do even better.
In this article, we take a deeper dive into common learning programmes, the benefits for both L&D teams and employees alike, and why you should consider them as part of your digital learning strategy.