Microlearning — Learning’s Big Future is Small

Among all the other impacts it has had, the global COVID-19 pandemic has served to greatly accelerate the digital transformation of learning. While many organizations were already looking at ways to move learning from large, event-based programs to a more continuous model, the pandemic forced a radical shift in how we approach learning.

How to Meet Modern Learners’ Needs in the Hybrid Workplace

One outcome of the pandemic has been the complete transformation of the workforce. A huge shift to remote work followed by an inconsistent and uncertain return has fundamentally changed the look and dynamics of the workforce. Companies must now mange a flexible, variable, hybrid workforce at a time when upskilling and reskilling these employees has become critical.

Getting Learners Engaged

Creating engaging learning programs is no small feat. Companies need to know what drives their learners and understand how learning programs are connected to business outcomes. Bringing this knowledge to a skilled content creation partner can be a great strategy for driving learner engagement. easier said than done. Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice Preferred Provider Upside Learning has years of experience creating these kind of learning programs for their clients. They approach custom content creation from a partner perspective, working with their clients to understand exactly what they need to achieve. They then create material with the look and feel that best suits their needs.

Injecting Learning into the Organization’s Cultural DNA

In the process of reexamining their approach to learning and development, companies have been looking at their strategies, technologies, and processes to uncover ways to better develop the workforce and close skills gaps. What really needs to happen, though, is for the organizations themselves to make a shift, developing and sustaining a culture of continuous learning.