L&D Vision 2022: The Future of Managed Learning Services

In the last two years, most businesses have been forced to adapt to the ever-changing market conditions and accordingly adjust their feet in the new environment. Organizations were bound to learn about managing their business virtually- from upskilling and reskilling their workforce to virtual employee onboarding and training on how to stay motivated and productive. Everyone contributed towards meeting these business goals and unlocking success, but the crux of all resided on Learning & Development teams.

In 2021, L&D teams focused on having a more outcomes-driven and strategy-led mindset to deliver effective managed learning services. As per the recent report, L&D teams have more power than ever post-pandemic, and 33% of learning professionals expect a rise in their 2022 training budget[1]. So, there is more likely a continued focus on improving business resilience, investing in robust technologies, and adopting a hybrid work culture. 2022 will also witness the same and capitalize more on the following L&D trends to ensure success and growth:

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