7 Steps to Data-Driven Learning Strategy

 

Seven out of ten times, the first budget to be cut when budget freezes happen is the L&D budget. It's not because companies don't value learning. It's because they lack enough evidence to support the request. 

Of course, your smile sheets can help you make a better argument, but they are not the ultimate indicators of your employee's performance and productivity. And now, with remote work claiming the center stage, the room for guesswork has narrowed. Organizations are relying on their L&D teams to build accurate learning strategies that ensure upskilling their employees. But the problem here is not the uncertainty of times. It's our unpreparedness. 

We always talk about how data should be the foundation of all our strategies. But according to a study, it reported that L&D leaders are facing structural and capability barriers, because—  

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