With 94% of L&D professionals reporting they have changed their strategy and 2 in 3 making significant changes to what they do and how they do it, it’s clear there’s lots still to learn for all of us. But early reflections show the following are proving helpful:
- Digital maturity matters. Organisations with a more mature approach are twice as likely to find coping with this situation easy…
- …but even though 59% rate their organisation’s approach as immature, this crisis has helped accelerate the digital transformation of learning overall
- The business is ‘listening to learning’ as one of our respondents put it, which presents a uniquely strategic opportunity for L&D
- Linking learning to existing platforms within the organisation like Microsoft Teams, Slack, Trello etc is proving a popular way to encourage collaboration
- In fact buyers are waking up to the power of collaborative learning across the board with specialist collaborative learning systems and LXPs leading the way in being most successful in supportin organisations through the pandemic
We’ll be unpacking these reflections and more thoughts on immediate priorities in a number of online sessions and other resources in the coming weeks. But if you’d like to talk to a member of our analyst team about your immediate priorities and pressures, contact email@example.com to arrange a quick call.