More than half (54 %) of all employees will require significant reskilling and upskilling in just 3 years1, while top soft skill priorities for L&D for 2020 include innovation (45%), change management (42%), communication & storytelling (40%)2.

And this is just the beginning!

Investing in your human capital is not only critical to employee development, it is a key competitive differentiator for your business. However, L&D professionals often find themselves struggling to choose between custom-developed eLearning and ready-to-use online content libraries.

Although both these options have benefits and advantages of their own, the business case for off-the-shelf courses is way too profound to be overruled.

Going the online content library route

Even if making the choice between custom content and catalog may seem easy from a decision-making POV, selecting off-the-shelf courses that fit your needs is easier said than done.

We have heard your challenges loud and clear, and have put together a guidebook just for you. Called ‘Online Content Libraries– An eLearning must-have’, the comprehensive ebook explores the need for online content libraries and how L&D professionals can leverage them to:

  • achieve a quick and effective roll-out of their eLearning programs
  • bring about effectiveness in times of a global economic meltdown
  • learn how global organizations (real client stories) leverage content libraries to boost their L&D initiatives

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With over 13+ years of work experience in marketing and corporate communications, Pranjalee heads the Marketing function; planning, strategizing and executing marketing campaigns, product releases, and strategic and tactical marketing activities. An advocate of inbound marketing, she demonstrates expertise in creative copy writing, integrated marketing communications and digital marketing. Prior to this, Pranjalee has worked for some of the leading ad agencies in Pune in various capacities and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Master’s in Business Management. She is deeply influenced by Typography and holds keen interest in advertising, media and communication.
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