BenchPrep Resources: 2018 Year in Review
Happy New Year to all! While it’s hard to believe another year has come and gone, we’re excited for what’s in store for 2019. We thought it would be a great time to reflect on some of the common themes we uncovered in 2018, all of which we believe to be driving forces in the online learning landscape this coming year.
From blog posts to case studies, from infographics to videos and more, we strive to deliver content that will keep you informed on the latest trends to engage your learners, helping your organization think through your learning strategies and where you’re hitting the mark, and where there is room for improvement. In case you missed some of the trends and resources we published this year, here’s a snapshot to fill you in.
Today’s Professional is Hungry for Learning (and Digital)
Did you know that learning a new skill ranked as the number one career goal in 2018? As career paths become less linear and new skills are required to stay competitive in an ever-changing job market, professionals understand the need to continuously enhance and add to their skills tool kit. This is particularly true for millennials due to their increasingly high representation in the workforce. While it’s going to be imperative for your organization to facilitate lifelong learning, it’s also critical to consider the methods in which learning is delivered.
Check out our infographic, The Needs of Today’s Professional Learner, to learn more about professionals’ learning priorities, as well as our blog post on 7 of Today’s Top Learning Trends to help learners succeed.
Digital Transformation is Only Accelerating
Technological advancements are undoubtedly changing the way education and training companies think about learning. In an effort to help learners succeed, while also increasing revenue and improving engagement, organizations are realizing the need to adopt online learning solutions.
Download our case study to learn how an established publisher in the market, McGraw-Hill Education, was able to take traditional learning methods to the next level by leveraging BenchPrep’s learner success platform to undergo a digital transformation.
Learning Can, and Will, Drive Revenue
While a learning solution might sound like more of an expense than a revenue generator, there are a number of ways that an online learning solution yields a high return on your investment. In fact, it’s estimated that online learning has increased income for 42% of organizations.
Continue reading our post, How Online Learning Management Systems Reduce Business Costs, to discover key ways that online learning can help your business cut costs and improve overall productivity.
Looking for more? Check out our webinar with CompTIA to watch how they partnered with BenchPrep to overhaul their recertification program, resulting in increased revenue and engagement.
To Build or Buy Enterprise Software
Good news. You’re not alone when it comes to the undeniably tough debate of whether your organization should build or buy an enterprise software solution.
Companies often hit a paralyzing roadblock when weighing the pro and cons to this challenge, encountering long-term consequences if the wrong path is chosen. BenchPrep is constantly helping customers define the best solution for an effective and scalable digital transformation and has put together some helpful resources to better grasp the debate.
And that’s a wrap! We hope this roundup inspires you to rethink, replan, and restrategize your learning initiatives for 2019. We are excited to kick off the new year and have some exciting and valuable resources coming your way. Thanks for following along!
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