Learning and Development 2014: Highlights and Future Trends

Learning management is an essential component of any talent management strategy. It can help organizations transform HR from a tactical function to a strategic business endeavor by improving the shortage of critical skills, engagement and performance. Learning, like many other areas of HCM, has evolved from a traditional model of instructor-led coursework to a more informal and interactive model where learning content is adapted to the needs of the individual.

In this blog, we take a quick look back at 2014, highlight key research that reveals current trends, and take a stab at predicting new trends for 2015 – or at least the ones we think should evolve.

Looking Back at 2014:

Organizations were most concerned with how to tackle social media over how to address the skills shortage or global expansion.
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