How to Build a Simple Digital Learning Strategy that Works

Getting started with digital learning can be deceptively simple. Buy some online content, put the content into a platform, then market it to your audiences to increase use. Voila! You have a digital learning strategy. Or do you?

The truth is that executing in such an overly simple way will not be the most impactful thing to do. Just as converting your old face-to-face courses directly to virtual classroom courses isn’t the best use of learning technology. So, what does it take to build a digital learning strategy that works?

To start, you have to first ask your organisation the right questions, then build your solutions around the answers if you are to be more impactful to your organisation’s performance.

Economic shockwaves are coming in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic which are going to drive truly challenging business decisions. Knowing your organisation’s context and priorities should help drive the right approach to become an agent of value, as well as a cost efficiency driver. With that in mind, here are some simple rules to follow.

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