With Q1 of 2019 already underway, your learning strategy for the year may be in place, or it is being tweaked. In this article, I share 4 practical steps that you could use as you draw up or refine your learning strategy in 2019.
Charting The Learning Strategy In 2019: What Has Changed?
As we know, a learning strategy helps define a clear roadmap to achieve the targeted learning and performance support goals. It covers the actions required to meet the specified goals and has the measures to track the performance.
While the basic tenets of what a learning strategy should outline and accomplish haven’t changed over the years, the charting of the learning strategy in 2019 has certainly become more complex.
- There has been a rapid change in the way learners want to learn
(evident in the transition of traditional eLearning to mobile
- You also have an added challenge of addressing the multi-generational
workforce (this requires that the adopted learning strategies should
resonate well with all diverse learner profiles).
- This is not all; There is a wide spectrum of tools and technologies
that you can pick from, but these keep changing year on year. So,
which ones should you pick?
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