Analysis, discovery, scoping. Call it whatever you like but when it comes down to it, the first step in the L&D cycle is arguably one of the most vital. But what does this first step really involve and why should we do it?
Data collection and analysis is an ongoing topic within the L&D industry, one that we understand and have experienced the challenges of adopting a data-driven approach to learning. The mix of L&D and Technology formed the basis of our talk: Intel = L&D = Intel.
Video content is a key component in any digital learning solution. The sound and visuals are ideally suited to utilise the brain’s processing capabilities, boosting memory and information retention.
Providing learning on demand with digital and virtual solutions was a critical shift for the automotive sector in 2020. The dramatic shifts in work routines and environments since the start of the global pandemic has forced businesses to rethink how workplace learning and development takes place.
If training is such an integral part of personal and job role development, why do results not meet expectations? How can blended learning bridge this divide?