In the era of remote work, digital education programs are even more important for an organization’s success. But for a program to be successful, it needs to be adopted by educators and learners. You might struggle to get educators or learners to adopt digital education because they have physical classroom content, but no online content; they are less tech-savvy or maybe just certain members overall are less engaged.
If you're working on digital transformation, then a digital-first strategy can help.
Digital transformation is a leading force that is changing the way businesses function today. It’s more than a trend. As a training program leader, it’s something that should be at the top of your priority list.
Learning and development (L&D) teams juggle multiple objectives as they seek to find a balance between organizational goals and learners’ needs. Yet a successful L&D team can enable both an organization’s goals and employee development. Thus, supporting L&D teams can ultimately streamline goals.
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.
Professional education has advanced from the days when everyone sat in a conference room and listened to boring lectures they promptly forgot by the time the class was over. Technology has transformed our ability to craft more engaging and personalized learning strategies that help learners retain more knowledge. In this post, we'll discuss why the personalization aspect is so important and what some methods are for achieving it.