Your learning programs aim to help professionals increase their earning power over the course of their careers. But are they doing the same for your organization?
With lifelong learning being the new normal for today’s professionals, learning-focused organizations have a tremendous opportunity. By creating effective learning programs, these organizations can help more workers achieve their goals while bolstering their own ROI.
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As workers look to advance their careers and keep up in a digital workplace, learning is at the core of the professional journey. For organizations educating today and tomorrow’s workers, that means it’s increasingly critical to get learning right.
From start to finish in 9 months, Richardson reinvented their go-to-market strategy with what they coined the Richardson Learning Architecture based on a new platform which enabled a plethora of new competitive capabilities. This reignited Richardson’s 40+ year history in delivering compelling sales training to be as nimble as a startup.
We recently sponsored “Unlocking Revenue by Driving Learner Engagement,” a webinar hosted by Tagoras sharing the requirements your learning program needs to increase learner engagement and ultimately help drive revenue back to your organization.
Management and leadership in online learning require a careful balance to project manage three variables to achieve a successful outcome: time, scope, and cost. But is that enough? Absolutely not, and history is the best teacher. Famous brands like Kodak, Nokia, and Blockbuster allow you to easily be the armchair quarterback and point out that they all failed in evolving with changing market trends.