New Learning Agenda – Talent:Technology:Change

by | Nov 11, 2013 | Articles

Laura Overton shares the findings of the 2013-14 Towards Maturity Benchmark study.

The report outlines a New Learning Agenda for business and learning leaders to share to deliver 21st century learning that supports the priorities of 21st century learners and organisations.

Based on the data gathered from 540 L&D professionals from 44 countries and 2,000 learners, the session considers how L&D can develop rapport with business leaders, how to build skills and talent, how to effectively use technology and how to prepare the learning function for change. It outlines a nine-point agenda of lessons learned from investigating effective L&D practices over the last 10 years to help better prepare for the next ten years.

The full research report is free to download at www.towardsmaturity.org/2013benchmark thanks to Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors who share our passion that great research should be freely available to all.

To hear the recording of “The New Learning Agenda: Talent, Technology and Change” webinar held 7th November with LSG, please click image below 

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