Learning still isn’t very learner-centric

Learners are inching closer to the center of learning but still have a way to go.

For the better part of a decade, learning professionals talked about making learning more learner-centric and it’s only increased with the renewed focus on the learner experience. But in terms of actual results, the shift has been much slower than you might believe.

The good news is that we are now much better at aligning learning with business outcomes, actually the first step to creating a great learner experience. We’ve even gotten better at getting learners involved in the process itself, with 63% of companies now including input and feedback from learners in the development of the strategy and 71% of companies incorporating learner-feedback mechanisms in to the design of learning programs.

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