Modernising Learning: Cut through the noise with the 2014 Towards Maturity Benchmark Study

by | Jun 2, 2014 | Articles

Modernising learning? Insights from 600 L&D leaders around the globe will help you accelerate progress and deliver great results. The 2014-15 Benchmark Report is now available. Download your copy of Modernising Learning: Delivering Results. If you would like to find out more about benchmarking, please visit our Benchmark page. 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2014 Benchmark is now closed, but you can still Benchmark any time against the latest data and update your reponses for the 2015 Benchmark study, via the Towards Maturity Benchmark Centre:

Participants who take part in the Benchmark Centre may contact Towards Maturity to receive a free Towards Maturity Personalised Benchmark. This report, worth £300, gives you a detailed analysis of your current implementation strengths and weaknesses that will allow you to compare your L&D approach with your peers, tailor an action plan to modernise your learning and fast track your way to success.

 

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