Your Employees Deserve More from Digital Learning

About our expert: Danish Khan directs CrossKnowledge’s corporate development and partnership strategies and leads its industry analyst relations activities. Prior to this role, Danish managed global product marketing and sales enablement activities within CrossKnowledge. He holds a master’s degree in corporate strategy and a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communication engineering. 

With a real focus on the future of work, organizations know that going digital is the easiest and most cost-effective way to scale upskilling and reskilling efforts. But how it’s done is just as important as why; it needs to be done efficiently and effectively to make a real impact on outcomes. While simply providing access to online content via a digital platform would be considered Digital Learning, it ignores the complex balance of consuming online content and having meaningful and active interactions with the content. When it’s done in the right way and at the right moments, this can really foster the acquisition of skills.

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