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Traditional L&D isn’t obsolete, but it has become outdated. That’s why Degreed partnered with Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning to collect data from nearly 800 workers, managers, and leaders from around the globe to gain some insights into where L&D can be more effective.And the survey says…..L&D is falling short for the modern workforce. In fact, our respondents gave their employers an overall Net Promoter Score of -25 on their learning and development strategies.But many business leaders know this already. What they don’t know is how to fix it.The good news is that employees still love learning and they’re looking for organizational guidance. By honing in on the data and insights that impact how people — and companies — learn, you can make smarter investments in your most valuable assets: your people’s skills.
- The difference between learning and acquiring new skills
- How to apply hard metrics to your L&D strategy
- How to align your employees’ learning goals with those of your larger company