Notice how much of the recent advice for keeping your training program stable during and after COVID is focused on maintaining the status quo? These goals aim to ensure continuity, or support remote work, or continue upskilling.
You know you’ve lived through 2020 when you catch yourself using Zoom as a noun. Who knew Zoom fatigue was a real thing?
Wouldn’t it be nice to keep growing without the exhaustion? Without the cold calling, without the endless demos, without the hustle. You can.
The professional learning and training space is going through a massive transformation. Most organizations spend more than $350 billion globally on training, but 70% of employees report they do not have the mastery of skills needed to do their jobs and only 12% of employees actually apply those new skills on the job. Today’s modern learner is demanding a fully digital, robust, and engaging learning experience to support their lifelong learning journey.
Social distancing and virtual happy hours may have killed your social life. But, they’ve made everyone comfortable with video conferencing software. Even so, many organizations still struggle to replace in-person training.
You’re not alone if you experienced sticker shock while shopping for an LMS. Most organizations spend more than expected for an average of $70, 614 annually on their learning management system (LMS). At that price, you might be wondering if you’re better off building your own.