“The ‘new normal’ for L&D cannot just be making the pandemic-induced shift from classroom training to online training a permanent fixture. For the profession to become business-relevant the transformation must go deeper, argues Charles Jennings, Partner Strategy and Performance at Tulser and co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute.”
In How can L&D embrace business-aligned learning in difficult times? (TrainingZone ) Charles Jennings says
“Switching from classrooms to online may help in the short-term, but longer-term systemic solutions require a systemic re-set of L&D business models.”
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FIND OUT more about how to address performance improvement needs in Is training the right answer to a problem? in the MWL 2020 resource. [Note: to view this content, you will need to purchase access to MWL 2020]
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