With the pandemic
leading to long-term repercussions within the workforce, organizations are
trying their best to adapt with innovative strategies and environments. As they
gradually eye a post-pandemic work setting, they are increasingly looking at meeting
employees’ new working and learning needs.
This is also the
time when organizations have had to take some forward-thinking decisions to
ensure minimal disruptions. There is a greater demand for delivering skills
training to employees across different levels with digital learning tools and
platforms, radically altering the way learning is consumed by employees.
As employee upskilling and reskilling have become crucial, it’s clear that adopting a digital-focussed learning strategy to improve the value of learning is the way forward. In the era of Netflix, learners too are more aware of their learning needs and demand hyper-personalized learning experiences. Personalized learning was already popular even before Covid with a Brandon Hall Group survey revealing that 95% of companies that deliver personalized learning reported an improvement in individual performance. The recent changes have reiterated the need for personalized to a much larger extent.
Of course, organizations have recognized this need and no more wish to overload learners with learning material that’s not relevant to them. There has been an accelerated shift to personalized training programs that offer “just in time” learning, giving learners exactly what they need and nothing more or nothing less. Needless to say, the learning tools to deploy these kinds of learning experiences too have evolved.
What’s also clear is
that the right learn-tech that supports the application of new skills, and
creates demonstrable business impact, is essential to create engaging learning programs.
Technology matters significantly when it comes to employees taking advantage of
your L&D programs and developing themselves, especially at a time when Zoom
fatigue and work burnout are real issues.
I had the amazing opportunity
to interact with L&D experts during a recent webinar titled ‘Adopting
Digital-First Learning to Maximize Skilling Impact’ that explored the digital
transformation of L&D and discussed the value of digital learning, the
modern LMS, and strategies for the future.
In the hour-long
session, we discussed some interesting points like:
• Need for digital-first learning in the new normal
• Creating engaging training programs using right learn-tech
• Leveraging data & learning analytics to drive digital adoption
• Digital learning strategies for the future
Check out the webinar here: