Organizations spend a lot of dollars on learning content. But simply forking out more money is not solving the fundamental problem: Content is not meeting the needs of the business. Companies need to do a better job of creating or finding the right content to improve employee performance and to achieve bottom-line results.
Join David Wentworth, Principal Analyst with Brandon Hall Group, and Craig Wahl, Vice President of Client Experience at Axonify, as they look at the results of Brandon Hall Group’s recent Learning Content Study. They’ll discuss how to take a more strategic approach to learning content that will help you maximize the time, money and resources you put towards this critical initiative.
At this year’s LEAP HR: Manufacturing event the senior people leaders behind the manufacturing industry’s most successful and radical leaps will convene in Cleveland to challenge traditional thinking around what high-impact HR looks like in the manufacturing space today. Get the details.
So, you’ve recognized the need to modernize corporate learning. Now what?
Well, we’re not going to lie. This is a big ship to turn. And a quick-and-dirty, rip-and-replace approach won’t cut it. Taking your learning ecosystem to the next level involves getting all your stakeholders on board. Then, building a solid strategy and plan that can be executed over time.
We’re bringing together Axonify customers, partners, and staff to share best practices and celebrate successes in driving purposeful business outcomes. Join your peers for two days of big thinking, game-changing discussions, expert-led Axonify workshops and memorable networking activities! Get the details.
We get it. You’re used to running L&D programs a certain way. So why change now?
Well, the way we see it, you really don’t have a choice. The way businesses and employees work has changed. And, quite frankly, many L&D departments haven’t kept pace. Your people are employees who need to perform, not students who need to be taught. So, if you want to continue to deliver value, it’s time to take a step back and reassess how to align with new business requirements and goals.