In today's dynamic business landscape, organisations recognise the critical role of continuous learning and development in driving employee performance and organisational success. To effectively harness the potential of digital learning, businesses often face a decision: should they develop and manage their learning programs in-house or partner with a specialist digital learning provider?
John is a strategic business leader with a long career in Learning & Development. As an industry veteran spanning over 25 years, he’s added value to many organisations by creating learning solutions dedicated to “developing business talent” and aligned to create positive business outcomes. His specialties include SaaS, Digital Learning, Compliance, Leadership, IT Certification and Professional Development.
In today's fast-paced and ever-evolving work environment, organisations are constantly seeking ways to enhance employee productivity. One highly effective solution that we have seen first-hand work is digital learning. By providing employees with accessible and flexible online learning opportunities, companies can unlock a host of benefits, including improved productivity, enhanced skills, and increased job satisfaction.
Many organisations I speak to are beginning to recognise the importance of continuous learning and development for their employees. Digital learning programs have emerged as a powerful tool to facilitate skill-building, knowledge acquisition, and professional growth. While the benefits are clear, how to begin to build a digital learning program can be a challenge.
In the digital era, traditional learning methods are gradually being transformed by digital learning. Digital learning refers to using technology and digital tools to deliver learning content, facilitate interactive learning experiences, and promote collaboration among learners.
Now more than ever, return on investment (ROI) is vital to businesses of all sizes. Firstly, you must accurately calculate the ROI you will achieve from a project to gain approval. Then, ROI needs to be measured to demonstrate you have met or exceeded your goals.
Taking steps to meet your legal obligations may sound obvious, but only fulfilling your minimum requirements might result in missed opportunities. Understanding the compliance needs that govern your business will help you take advantage of any benefits while ensuring you stay compliant.