L&D Trend Insights: Impact of Work from Home

What began as a routine, internal data analysis to review LMS usage became an exciting study for us that revealed some very interesting  insights on learning patterns. Initially we reviewed the numbers till March but noticed some anomalies that we hadn’t expected. This led us to look up the entire year’s data for a comparative analysis. Here’s what we found: 

In the beginning of the year, it was business as usual for everyone. LMS usage remained steady with no major fluctuations. As the Covid pandemic hit worldwide, around March, we saw a sharp decline in LMS usage. Naturally, organizational priorities had shifted to health and safety measures and this was to be expected.

April, May and June saw not only a huge jump in numbers, but they were also higher than before the pandemic. This indicated that organizations were actively looking to engage their now remote workforce. This was qualified by global information search patterns and an increase in client requirements. The trend continued through most of the year with minimal dips during holidays and festive seasons. 

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