Do you have the right data to make adaptive learning work?

We’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again here: If your approach to microlearning isn’t adaptive, you’re only halfway there. These two strategies go hand-in-hand and place one important, common element at the very center: the employee.

Adaptive learning is a key component of an overall microlearning strategy because it’s the part that captures and analyzes learning data continuously to truly personalize content to the individual—and this is absolutely crucial for providing impactful training for your employees. Why? Because the one-size-fits-all approach simply falls short. It doesn’t provide the training employees really need to overcome their own weaknesses and build on their strengths. Because of this, it doesn’t help the business target and overcome problem areas, let alone engage employees. But if you need further convincing, have a look at the recent research results from The State of Workplace Training report.

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