Face-to-Face vs. Digital Learning — The Future Is Not Either/Or

The pandemic does not mean the end of the classroom. Face-to-face training may be on hiatus but it will return, though maybe not at pre-2020 levels In fact, in Brandon Hall Group’s Learning Strategy Survey, 94% of companies said that redesigning the classroom experience was at least somewhat important to helping them achieve business goals. Nearly one-third said it was critical. As we head in that direction, companies will need to get far more innovative at combining digital with the richness of ILT in blended learning solutions.

Transitioning Learning for a Remote Environment

Organizations’ leaders have been considering the digital transformation of learning for a long time but have been very slow to put anything substantial in place. The pandemic required this transition to occur almost overnight. Organizations must take this opportunity to truly transform their learning strategy and the technology they use to make it a reality. They must look toward sustainable, impactful solutions, rather than temporary measures.

Reimagining a Better Workplace, Even if it Not by Choice

Brandon Hall Group asked about inclusive leadership behaviors demonstrated by organizations during the pandemic, and the most common behavior survey respondents saw was kindness, patience and genuine interest and curiosity about the well-being of others from their leaders. Instinctively, the desire to help each other is in all of us. Now, we must take what we’ve learned and apply it, to create a better workplace.

How Far Does Your Learning Extend?

Welcome to the world of extended enterprise learning, where the learning function must deliver high-quality content to distributors, resellers, franchisees and customers. This space is becoming much more relevant as companies seek to extend the kind of experiences they created internally to critical groups outside the organization’s four walls.