Are Learning Leaders Prepared for Digital Learning? Infographic
- Millennials make up 42% of the current workforce
- 64% of L&D professions believe increasing the amount of informal learning is critical
- 40% believe they are unprepared to increase the amount of learner-contributed content
This is a sample of the information compiled by the Brandon Hall Group to address the growing concern of how learning and development professionals will prepare themselves for the changes they are facing in the Are Learning Leaders Prepared for Digital Learning? Infographic .
Along this topic, there was an exciting webinar led by David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst for Brandon Hall Group, and Becky Willis, Principal and Co-founder of WillLearn Consulting, defining how the landscape of learning and development is changing and the skills needed prepare for the future of learning.
Moving to Digital Learning means bringing together all of the changes that we have made in the past decade and bringing learning to the employee in a way that they can absorb it. This means that the roles of those of us in L&D and Sales Enablement are also changing. You can access the webinar recording of the “Skills for Tomorrow’s L&D Leaders. Curator, Digital Librarian, and more…” to learn more.
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