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Today employees are looking for jobs that help them grow and upskill. It has now become mandatory for IT organizations to implement employee training and development programs. But the world has changed after the pandemic, and it also affected the training methods. Old training methods are no longer producing desired results. This ultimate guide narrates how IT organizations can build appropriate training programs using the power of technology to adapt to the new world. You’ll read about the barriers that hold back l&d professionals from implementing successful learning programs and how to overcome those barriers.
The blended learning approach, often known as the hybrid model, is here to stay.
L&D challenges are always changing and evolving, which can make it difficult to keep up. Blended learning is a great solution to these challenges because it allows for a more customized and personalized approach to learning.
Learning with a blended approach combines the advantages of online and in-person instruction, so maximising the learning outcomes not only for the participants but also for the business. This blog outlines the advantages and challenges that blended learning solves.
Measuring the ROI of training programs has become a must for all companies. Some L&D professionals rely only on LMS data to study the impact of their training programs. LMS analytics can show the progression of learners, but it can’t reveal whether the training is creating an impact on learners and organisation. This blog shares a few methods to measure the ROI of learning programs and find out whether the training is meeting the overall business goals.
Employee Training and Employee Development has become two hot phrases of the learning industry. To survive in the evolving digital economy, companies are investing crores of rupees in employee training and development programs. But are employee training and employee development same?
Experiential learning is perfect for improving the learning outcomes and skill comprehension of your employees so that they can apply what they learned in their job roles. Read on to learn how experiential learning can be implemented effectively through best practices.
In a nutshell, LXPs, function as learning enablers and enhancers and provide users of the platform with a more hyper-personalised learning experience. While learning management systems (LMSs) assist employees in locating relevant content within its repositories, learning experience platforms (LXPs) make it possible for employees to locate it even more afield and through a significantly wider variety of sources, resources, and mediums. And when LXPs are coupled with data analytics engines, they can deliver valuable insights into critical metrics such as return on investment (ROI), business results, and correlations between learning and performance on the job.