Learning & development in a post-coronavirus world

Workplace learning was one of the earliest and hardest-hit industries by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent piece by McKinsey. Several months into the crisis, many organizations have set up online learning tools as a substitute for those person-to-person interactions.

But what happens as travel picks up again and in-person learning becomes an opportunity once more?

For many, the crisis only accelerated a trend that was already underway. LinkedIn Learning’s 2020 Workplace Learning Report notes that learning and development budgets have been shifting online even before the lockdowns forced many people to start working remotely.  Fifty-seven percent of L&D professionals say they expect to spend more on online learning in the coming months, with less focus and fund allocation to in-person L&D options.

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