Over the past several years, we’ve seen more organizations drive growth by focusing on several key functions within their organizations. Today, companies can’t achieve results without having learning, talent and business performance tightly connected in today’s competitive markets.
This fact has been proven over and over again – but the next question to answer is how are they are related? In a recent Brandon Hall Group survey, top organizational priorities ranged from increasing market share and innovation, to cost-cutting measures. It doesn’t matter if your organization is a publicly owned corporation, government agency, or privately owned business; your challenge is the same — optimize your talent and internal resources to obtain the greatest performance outcomes.
Brandon Hall Group’s recent research on Relationship Centered Learning (available to our member clients at https://membership.brandonhall.com) focused on just that issue – how today’s organizations are enabling talent to work at the highest levels of performance.
To drive peak performance, relationship-centered learning organizations are transforming learning from programs and courses to business tools. Our research shows that 60% of relationship-centered organizations have employees that need to access learning resources more than once a week to accomplish their work, and more than 24% said they needed to access learning on a daily basis.
Whether you are in HR, Learning, Talent or a business leader, you know your ongoing challenge is to catch up with, and hopefully surpass, the changes in the marketplace driven by the global economy. The key to meeting the challenge is driving improved performance and business results through learning linked to organizational goals.