In 2018 only 4 out 10 L&D leaders reported that their team is able to help their organisation manage risk successfully; Towards Maturity's Cyber Security Learning Pulse aims to gather data and insights around cyber-security learning.
Towards Maturity’s latest report, based on its annual L&D Health Check research and launched at last week’s Learning Technologies 2019, reveals that in a time of constant change, L&D must use an evidence-based approach to work through the barriers to successful transformation.
Towards Maturity is set to release its 15th annual report, The Transformation Journey, at 5.30 pm on 13th February at Learning Technologies 2019, providing powerful new evidence to help learning leaders establish strong foundations for delivering business impact.
Towards Maturity is delighted to announce that Michelle Ockers, the highly experienced L&D strategist based in Australia, is joining the business as an expert analyst to strengthen their growing presence in the region.
Based on insights revealed by its own Transformation Curve research, published in January 2018, Towards Maturity is announcing a new focus on Learning Analyst services to help accelerate change and real impact in the learning industry. These services will help strengthen Towards Maturity’s independent research programme, which will continue to grow and serve the learning community.
Brand new research from Towards Maturity, supported by ambassadors Cognician, provides a guide to help L&D professionals build and create habits in their organisation, as a means to shape behaviour change and create a real business impact.
L&D is in the midst of a rapid transformation driven by fundamental changes in work, the workforce and the workplace. In this fast–changing environment, how can we embed successful leadership development to future-proof our organisations and gain a competitive advantage?
Towards Maturity releases first Data Pulse report exploring L&D’s relationship with data and how it can be used more effectively. Earlier this year, Towards Maturity conducted its first L&D Data Pulse, with participation from over 150 L&D leaders in a variety of sectors and organisations of all sizes.
Towards Maturity has released a new report based on evidence from over 600 learning professionals and 10,000 learners to help leaders in learning and development to meet the increasing expectations of modern, continuously learning workforces.
What do charities with highly engaged staff and volunteers do differently? Research with learning leaders in the charity sector, conducted by Towards Maturity, reveals lessons that practitioners from all sectors can learn from.
Towards Maturity is delighted to announce that Filtered, providers of an online education platform and Kineo, a global workplace learning company are now the official sponsors of Towards Maturity’s Pulse on using data within L&D.
The global online launch of Towards Maturity’s Transformation Curve report provides learning teams with a new approach to digital transformation. Following the S curve of a product lifecycle, L&D teams can evaluate current approaches and identify how to move into the future.
This unparalleled time of change for organisations offers a great opportunity for L&D to shift from delivering courses to delivering strategic value. However, too many are still at the starting point of their transformation journey. This report maps out the destination – and the roadmap of how to get there.
Equipping L&D with the tools and strategies to deliver performance, productivity, profit and transformation, Towards Maturity’s new research with over 700 L&D leaders worldwide will transform the way that L&D adds value to business and how business values learning.
Despite better outcomes than in 2016, the actual number of organisations reporting achievement of some benefits is still very low. So what is lacking, what are the current risks and how can we take strong steps forward?
The Towards Maturity Benchmark™ gives L&D leaders the opportunity to confidentially review their strategy, compare with top performers and identify the tactics they need to unlock potential in their organisation.
Independent research company Towards Maturity, has today released new research detailing ‘The New Learning Organisation’ – a powerful and relevant model that demonstrates how business and people professionals need to develop a new approach to organisational learning.
Unique opportunity for exhibition visitors to get up close and personal with conference experts to share practical insights: Learning Technologies Exchanges, hosted by Towards Maturity, will tackle global L&D issues with a panel of international authors and thought-leaders.
L&D professionals around the globe are hungry to create a learner-centric strategy that puts staff at the heart of their activity. Towards Maturity reveals what millennials can teach people professionals about supporting learning in the workplace.
Record numbers of L&D leaders around the world have used the 2016 Towards Maturity Benchmark to review their strategy and pick up new ideas for modernising learning. So far, over 80% of them reported that the benchmarking process has provided them with new ideas to inspire action.
Award-winning e-learning provider Learning Pool has become a part of Towards Maturity's Ambassador Programme, supporting its annual Industry Benchmark Study and joining forces to add value to the corporate learning industry.
Despite high aspirations to make an impact on the business, the latest Towards Maturity research shows that whilst most L&D teams are failing to find success, Top Performing teams provide direction for the way ahead.
Latest research from Towards Maturity reveals that mid-sized businesses are failing to capitalise on the benefits of learning technologies, but brings hope by identifying opportunities for success within these organisations.
Since 2003, the Towards Maturity Benchmark Study™ has provided L&D leaders with confidential, individual feedback to improve the performance of their organisation, staff and L&D team. Now, the Personalised Benchmark Report™ received by all benchmark participants will include brand new indicators to demonstrate the extent to which L&D functions are implementing the 70:20:10 framework in their organisation.
Independent research by Towards Maturity launched at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum reveals that retailers are improving revenue, productivity and behavioural change amongst employees as a result of adopting technology-enabled learning, but there is still more opportunity to be had.
The Learner Voice series aims to help L&D leaders challenge their assumptions about workplace learning and identify new opportunities to connect with and engage their staff. Towards Maturity's brand new infographic-style report reveals fresh insights on differences between roles and generations.
SAI Global, the global leader in award-winning ethics and compliance training, is sponsoring the launch of the 2015 independent benchmark study, exploring methodologies and practices for improving the impact of compliance training.
To prepare organisations for technological growth, globalisation and an uncertain economic outlook, the L&D function needs a much broader blend of skills than ever before. New research, however, reveals a significant gap between the skills and capabilities L&D practitioners know they need and what they actually have in-house.
Independent research by Towards Maturity launched at the CIPD L&D show reveals that when it comes to innovative learning, charities are championing the use of learning technologies, often beating their corporate and public sector counterparts in the benefits they are reaping.
* 9 out of 10 legal firms are looking to use learning technologies to improve their induction process and ability to comply with new regulations. 33% of legal forms are looking to technology to help inform customers and suppliers of new products and services. A new Legal sector spotlight report, '21st Century Learning for 21st Century Legal Firms', sponsored by Towards Maturity Ambassador, Commelius, focuses on key trends regarding learning innovation in the legal sector.
Only 50% of learning initiatives are delivered in time to meet business need. Only 29% of organisations agree their L&D teams have the right skills to design solutions to exploit learning technologies to business advantage. Based on recent research, Towards Maturity launches new business-driven learning agenda with nine action areas at Online Educa Berlin.
Published today, the annual Towards Maturity benchmark study carried out across over 500 organisations including BT, BA, NHS Direct, Toyota Motor Europe and Bupa, reveals that technology enabled learning has helped business’ reduce staff churn by nine percent, speed up new product roll-out by 24 percent and reduce learning delivery time by 22 percent.
A major new study published today, reveals that over two thirds of organisations fail to engage their employees with their compliance learning programmes despite improved engagement being an objective for 98% of participants. Compliance training’s poor reputation was also cited by over half of respondents as negatively impacting the success of their programmes.
Learning and development research company Towards Maturity launches its tenth year of Benchmark research, the largest study of L&D effectiveness in Europe. The study is open to L&D leaders across all sectors and it is free to take part. Participants can access the study on the Towards Maturity website at http://tinyurl.com/TMB2013
Towards Maturity announces the release of the new “Spotlight on Finance” report which profiles Learning & Development activity across the finance industry from a wealth of benchmarking data. The Finance sector is analysed and compared against top learning companies across all sectors who are achieving the highest impact in the workplace using learning technologies.
Members of the UK’s largest elearning community, the eLearning Network, are benefiting from the annual Towards Maturity learning benchmark study. Now it is urging other organisations to participate as part of its ongoing ‘Campaign for Effective Elearning’.
Towards Maturity, the not-for-profit benchmark practice, today announces a significant and valuable extension to its internationally recognised research services. It is launching two new report ranges: Sector reports and In-Focus reports.
Free advice, reports, resources and sessions with conference speakers on stand 45 at the 2012 Learning Technologies Exhibition on 25th and 26th January Olympia, London. Towards Maturity, the not-for-profit benchmark practice, wants learning and development professionals to think differently about training, drawing on the best advice available in the industry.Laura Overton, Managing Director will be encouraging the main conference delegates to play an active role in helping their businesses become more agile in 2012. However this will mean challenging preconceived ideas and even past experiences of using learning and technology.
The 2011 Towards Maturity Benchmark Study was launched today, once again with outstanding support from the wider Learning & Development industry. Organisations from the private, public and not for profit sectors looking to improve performance through learning innovation are invited to take part during June and July at www.towardsmaturity.org/2011benchmark. Participation is free of charge.