Tuesday, 24 March 2015
It makes for stark headline. More than half of managers believe that employee performance would not change if their company’s learning function were eliminated. This might be funny, if it were not for the fact that organisations spend over $200 billion on learning each year. And the real shock here is the fact that it is not new news. That something is wrong with corporate learning is well known, because over the past ten years surveys have repeatedly shown that only around 20% of business leaders are satisfied with the performance of their learning function. Time and again, it keeps coming up short and there are two reasons for this.
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