Learning News caught up with Nahdia Khan, Chief Impact Officer, Mind Tools For Business, to find out more about the early findings of this year's benchmark report, due out in the summer.
Organisational learning maturity increased slightly in 2021, following L&OD’s focus on digital technologies during the pandemic, yet remains a messy and ambiguous picture as it grapples with hybrid learning and work and understands how best to help with broader skills challenges.
Nahdia Khan explains about Mind Tools For Business’ training resources and tools for management leadership and performance and how its platform is able to work with other systems and LXPs as part of a wider ecosystem or stand alone.
Nahdia concludes saying how the team is able to draw from its insights into the consumer market to improve engagement in its business products.
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