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Special Report: Learning Delivery 2011
Read Chief Learning Officer’s coverage of the tools and technology impacting learning this year.
The way people, technology and learning meet is continually changing, moving toward increases in fidelity, convenience, collaboration, specificity and confluence.
David Vance - 2/8/11
Achieving best practices in measuring learning delivery means looking at how and when the effectiveness of the delivery method is assessed
In 2011, Americans are looking for a change in how business is conducted. Predictive learning delivery can help companies excel in this new economy — and avoid missteps.
Millennials expect flexibility in how, when and where they work. Organizations that harness this can increase engagement.
Despite the continued growth of e-learning and newer technology-driven delivery methods, classroom learning remains resilient and dominant.
Delivery is a critical component in successful instructor-led training. If it’s not considered, companies may end up with a learning message inconsistent with their culture.
As financial companies move back into hiring, they’re changing their learning delivery methods from content focused to context focused, with a mind toward getting analysts “desk ready” ASAP.
Giving employees the information they need to succeed is great. But neglecting to test them on it is a gamble.
As baby boomers get set to retire, learning leaders must have a strategy to retain their experienced employees' institutional memory and propriety knowledge and deliver it through a blend of content streams to younger workers.
As technology drives a proliferation of learning tools, it’s critical that CLOs clearly define their purpose before finding the most appropriate form of delivery.
Three guidelines can help organizations achieve a blend of the formal and informal that ensures learning is indelible.
A look ahead at how learning delivery is changing in 2011.
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