Building the Business Case for Next-Generation Learning Technology

The learning technology space was already substantially complex and vast prior to the pandemic, but once in-person learning was put on hold, organizations needed to reassess their entire approach to learning technology. For many, this has meant creating or recreating a brand-new technology ecosystem to meet the needs of a dynamically shifting workforce. A wave of attrition, disengagement, and widening skills gaps has put an enormous amount of pressure on organizations to select the right technologies to execute a modern, agile learning strategy.

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