Sharing best implementation practice – what do you want to know?

by | Jul 30, 2010 | Articles

What would you like to learn for free from 350 colleagues to help you implement learning technologies in your business?

Over 350 organisations have invested time in Towards Maturity’s  learning technology benchmark over the past 6weeks and we will be spending the summer analysing the results. Thank you to everyone who took part! (& it’s not to late to join in as we’re extending closing date to midday 6th August)

We will publish a free report of the important findings and we want it to be as useful  as possible for anyone implementing technologies in the workplace, especially if you are

  • struggling to make a business case for change
  • wanting to improve the adoption
  • looking to improve the impact that their adoption has on business and staff
  • impmenting e-learning for the first time and want more information

Before we start number crunching, we’d love your input on what you need from this report ( which will be available to download for free in the autumn!)

For example, would you like to see proof about what technologies are actually being used ( vs those being hyped?!) How about evidence of efficiency benefits or business impact?
Is social learning taking off or just a promise? Are you alone in some of the barriers you face? How have others overcome them?

We have had tremendous industry support in preparing this review (thank you to everyone involved!)  ensure that it covers the hottest topics and results in a useful independent source of practical evidence and ideas. But your feedback on what you need it to do for you is the most important thing!

Please let us know using the make a suggestion button below or email us at [email protected]

many thanks

 

PS There is still time to take part – everyone taking part in the actual review also receive their own personalised report looking at their performance indicators and how to improve the impact of learning technologies. This will be sent out early in September – if you are responsible for implementing learning technologies in your workplace, it’s not too late to take part at www.towardsmaturity.org/2010benchmark

The benchmark now closes midday on 6th August.

PPS if you haven’t seen our reports before you can download the previous benchmarks at http://tinyurl.com/TMbenchmark

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