New City & Guilds Kineo Learning Insights Report

by | Nov 4, 2014 | Articles

Modernising learning means that we need to focus on learning outcomes, rather than inputs. It involves adapting to new ways of business, incorporating new ideas and methods and building on new opportunities offered by technology.

In our 2014-15 Benchmark Study, Modernising Learning: Delivering Results, we found that only 29% of organisations are looking to formalise online learning and yet over 90% of organisations are looking to learning technologies to improve induction, talent management, increase productivity and reduce time to competence.

59% of organisations are using learning technologies to support compliance-related training, but 3 in 10 learners report that they find content uninspiring and not relevant to their needs.

Across our sample of 600+ organisations taking part in the Towards Maturity 2014 Benchmark, 41% of sales and marketing training is e-enabled, with 71% of customer-facing sales staff offered e-enabled training.

However, it is clear that not everyone is reporting all the benefits they are looking for. What do we need to do to improve the learning design and implementation to align with business need and engage all the stakeholders involved?

We welcome the C&G Kineo report, which complements our own research. Their in-depth interviews, with 35 directors and managers responsible for learning and development across 29 organisations, explore how technology is driving business change and the response this demands from L&D.
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