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L&D: Where are we now?

L&D: Where are we now?

As we look towards a new year it is important for us to reflect on the current state of the L&D landscape and understand what success in business looks like in a constant world of change and disruption.

Unlocking potential in Australasia

Unlocking potential in Australasia

In the first of our regional benchmark studies we consider the aspirations of learning leaders in Australia and New Zealand and the extent to which they are being met, the extent to which learning is underpinned by technology and the challenges faced. Since launching...
Modernising Learning: Delivering Results (2014)

Modernising Learning: Delivering Results (2014)

Go To the bottom of this page to the ‘Related Download’ section to get your free copy of Modernising Learning: Delivering Results, the 2014-15 Towards Maturity Benchmark Study. We are proud to announce the 2014-15 Towards Maturity Benchmark Study, Modernising Learning: Delivering Results.

New Learning Agenda – Talent:Technology:Change

New Learning Agenda – Talent:Technology:Change

Download the new 2013-14 Towards Maturity Benchmark today from related download section at the bottom of this page. Towards Maturity are proud to launch our 2013-14 Towards Maturity Benchmark, which 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.

Bridging the Gap: The 2012-13 Towards Maturity Benchmark

Our thanks go to the 500 plus respondents from 37 different countries who contributed to the 2012 Toward Maturity Benchmark Study – drawn from 466 organisations that represent well over 2 million employees and in charge of a training budget of well over £850m. These figures give the Report a truly substantial set of foundations from which to work!

Towards Maturity: 2007 Annual Benchmark Report

Three out of four employers who use e-learning for staff training plan to significantly increase their use of informal networks over the next three years, according to e-skills UK research into e-based learning published today. The research was undertaken on behalf of the Skills for Business network of 25 Sector Skills Councils.

Linking Learning to Business: Original 2004 Research

Linking Learning to Business: Original 2004 Research

This is one of the original reports on successful e-learning implementation that contributed to the development of the Towards Maturity research findings. It explored the common business factors that contribute to e-learning success within european organisations. 15 successful organisations took part from diverse sectors and feedback was gathered from over 2000 learners within those businesses

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