Why it’s more critical than ever to measure learning effectiveness in 2021

Without a doubt, last year threw everyone for a pretty unexpected loop. (You thought I was going to say unprecedented, didn’t you? That’s so 2020.)  

In a matter of days, entire workforces moved from working in the office to working from home.   And as remote work became the new norm, learning and development (L&D) teams had to figure out how to rejig their corporate training courses and e-learning programs to meet their learners’ evolving training needs given the new learning experience. And that meant making an investment in their training programs. 

For some organizations, it meant fast-tracking planned investments in their employee training programs. For others, it meant unplanned spending on new solutions and technology. Regardless of which camp organizations fell into, pivoting meant dedicating a lot of time and effort – not to mention, money – into enterprise learning.  

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