Why personalized learning yields better results

When it comes to learning new skills, no two workers are the same. Each has a unique set of existing knowledge, preferred methods of learning, and personal interests or passions that fuel career goals.

Yet many companies offer standardized learning and development (L&D) programs that do not take individuality into consideration. Rather than building a learner-centric environment, they offer pre-defined training modules with a one-size-fits all approach that risk repeating knowledge and disengaging learners.

β€œThe way training has historically been set up in organizations – top-down, course-driven and cohort-focused – militates against personalization,” Emma Chambers writes on eLearning Industry.

That may have made sense when offering tailored learning was costly and required a lot of man hours for managers to oversee and maintain. It may have even been effective in an environment where careers progressed in a linear and predictable path.

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