Digital Learning Fatigue and its Impact on Transformational Training

The last year has seen a tsunami of change and Learning teams have often been at the heart of enabling that change to happen. To deliver to a “distanced” workforce, L&D teams have had to change dramatically, too.

In a Fosway survey from last year, 94% reported that they had changed their L&D strategy in the face of the pandemic.

In response to rocketing demand for digital learning from learners and stakeholders, more than two in three made significant changes to how and what they do to make learning happen.  But, most had also found the transition a huge challenge. Only 13% found coping with the impact of COVID on L&D easy to navigate.

Now after a year, the lasting impact of the pandemic on L&D teams is becoming clear.

It was not just a short-term reaction. The pandemic has changed learning forever. In our 2021 survey, only 1% categorically think they will return to what they used to do. The vast majority think the changes they went through have created a fundamental shift in learning in their organisation. And that shift has been to digital learning.

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