eLearning Pitfalls to Avoid in 2022

The emergence of virtual and remote work over the last two years has led to radical changes in learning and development strategy. In-person instructor-led training has become nearly impossible to conduct, and many organizations are opting for fully digital development strategies in the wake of office closures and permanent remote workers. As with nearly all business areas, this shift came quickly and without proper time for planning and strategy. The reality is that many organizations are still relying on makeshift learning and development strategies they formed in early 2020, which is now two years ago. As we move into 2022, it is essential that your organization not only has a plan for learning and development, but also avoids common mistakes that can stall progress, waste money, and create dissatisfied employees.

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