A survey of over 500 HR and business leaders into how effective learning is at helping with workforce transformation is out and finds that learning is becoming more closely aligned to business and business aims.
It found that new entrants into L&D functions have more business skills than in the past and that business leaders are leaning on L&D to help with the workforce transformations that many sectors are grappling with.
Personalisation and the use of technology are seen as mainstream expectations by learners in 2022, rather than being seen as just as a bonus. So employees want and expect the learning they do to be much more meaningful and more easily accessible than it was in the past.
Skills gaps were identified within L&D teams themselves and innovation is being held back due to a lack of planning by L&D.
The report is from GP Strategies and Future Workplace and Learning News interviewed Matt Donovan from GP Strategies on the report's headline findings.
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