Capability Training: How Learning Leaders Are Adapting to Changing Business Priorities
December 7, 2022
Learning leaders are tasked with addressing numerous challenges to business continuity. So how are learning leaders reimagining corporate learning to meet new ways of work within this evolving landscape of economic life?
A recent survey of 515 learning leaders conducted by NovoEd and Executive Networks uncovered that learning leaders are leveraging three critical strategies to adapt to these changes in the business environment. In this article in Training Industry, Jacob Nikolau, NovoEd Head of Strategy & Research, breaks down these strategies to show the path forward.
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