Our independent research provides evidence for new learning approaches that improve business performance.
Towards Maturity provides comprehensive, regularly updated research on workplace learning. Our range of reports, infographics and slide decks will help you understand the latest workplace learning trends, providing practical guidance on how to drive individual and organisational performance.
Research we offer
Who can benefit from our research?
Our research is designed to be accessible to all levels of professionals who are responsible for individual, team and organisational performance. Our insights and practical guidance are used to help improve day to day performance issues as well as inform organisation-wide learning strategies.
Where does our data come from?
Towards Maturity research is generated from two sources: our annual Benchmark Study and our Learning Landscape Study. Since 2003, our Benchmark has gathered data from over 5,500 L&D professionals. Over 35,000 people have been through the Learning Landscape Audit, delivering insights on how employees around the world are learning for work.
This report presents the evidence for L&D leaders to help understand and consider how best to demonstrate the value that L&D can bring to business leaders and learners.
Find out how L&D priorities are shifting in our early analysis of the 2017 Benchmark data.
Understanding of the tactics that support innovative, technology-enabled compliance training, this report aims to build confidence in people and risk professionals balancing the needs of the individual with the demands of the regulator.
Work-based learning offers organisations a unique opportunity to develop, nurture and grow a more qualified workforce who are aligned to their future strategy.
In the new world of work, successful organisations need to prioritise four things: growth in competitive markets, transformation, productivity and profitability. What characteristics influence these results?
Learn how organisations can uncover and harness the wealth of knowledge residing in their workforce, and in their extended enterprise.
Learning innovation, done well, delivers results that can support sustainable, agile workplaces. Using data collected from over 600 L&D leaders and 5,000 learners from around the globe the annual study turns insights into strategies that L&D professionals can use to improve results within their organisations.
What can millennials teach us about supporting learning in the workplace?
Turning data into actionable insights, equipping L&D for the future