Building a Framework for Excellence in Learning & Development
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Learning and development has traditionally been the biggest, most integral and, yes, most complex piece of the talent management puzzle. It’s also one of an organization’s biggest budget line items. As such, it commands a great deal of planning, strategy, time and resources from companies of all sizes and in all industries.
The good news is that companies are recognizing the importance and impact of the learning strategy. More than three-quarters of organizations in Brandon Hall Group’s 2016 Learning Strategy Study say that their learning strategy is aligned to business goals.
With business needs changing quickly and technology advancing even faster, companies are finding they need to establish a formal learning strategy, or reevaluate an existing one. And the goal is to develop a strategy that has a direct impact on performance and the bottom line. There is no silver bullet strategy that will solve all things for all companies. Instead, based on our vast research and industry understanding, Brandon Hall Group has developed this framework to serve as the blueprint to help organizations build the strategy that is right for them.
The High-Performance Learning & Development Framework consists of the internal and external environment in which learning exists, the main components that make up learning from strategy to execution, and the critical success factors organizations must have in place in order to effectively execute their plan. This paper will discuss these external factors, the high-level definition of the elements of learning and development, and an overview of the critical success factors.
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