Learner Experience Defines L&D Success or Failure: Whitepaper

You’ve checked all the LMS boxes, but did you cover the weakest link: learner experience? Can you recall the first time you learned how to cook a basic meal? Did you find a cookbook, study preparation guidelines, and figure out how to put it together yourself? Did a parent or peer show you how to do it, step by step? Or, did you simply go online and find an instructional video or recipe?

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