When You’re Too Busy Delivering Training To Do Digital L&D

In my recent experience, it seems many L&D professionals are too busy delivering training to dedicate time to their own digital development. As a result, the L&D provision in many organisations is still predominantly classroom-based, and any individual employee’s experience of L&D is limited to occasional events and technology ‘solutions’ outsourced to vendors or simply bought in ‘off-the-shelf’. Perhaps these are reasons why less than a quarter of workers surveyed had completed a course of any kind in the previous 2 years.

If L&D is too busy to do digital, then the wrong problems can end up being solved. For example, the only problem that buying an LMS and filling it with content solves is:

How can we provide content and see who’s accessing it?

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