The Definitive Guide to Learning: Growth in the Flow of Work
Over the last two years, widespread industry convergence, workplace evolution, skills acceleration, and more than one third of employees quitting or changing their jobs disrupted all areas of business. Learning & Development (L&D) sits right in the middle of all of this complexity and, with a modern approach, can help their organizations adapt to current and future challenges.
Historically, leaders hoped to create learning in the flow of work to support employee success. But what got us here won’t get us there. The latest research from The Josh Bersin Company highlights that success in L&D today depends on the relevance of the programs to the employees and the ability to drive individual and organizational growth.
The Definitive Guide to Learning: Growth in the Flow of Work – the largest and latest research study produced by The Josh Bersin Company – shows that effective L&D departments are no longer training functions – they’re growth functions. Key findings include:
- 78% of companies regard L&D as a top C-Suite priority, but 4 out of 5 organizations are lagging in every L&D area.
- Most organizations consider learning in the flow of work the zenith of learning outcomes, yet, only 12% do it effectively.
- The number one most impactful L&D practice today is to create extensive career growth options.
- Only 17% of organizations create extensive opportunities for career growth.
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- Press Release: Corporate Training Continues to Fall Behind in Its Ability to Create Tangible Career Paths for Employees
- Josh Bersin Article: A New Strategy For Corporate Learning: Growth In The Flow Of Work
- Podcast: A New Role For Corporate Learning? Yes: Growth In The Flow Of Work
- LinkedIn Article: L&D has a new mission: Growth in the flow of work by Nehal Nangia