Learning & development leaders were understandably worried about moving all training online at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, but a year later, there’s evidence that online training didn’t just bridge a gap — it was better.
NovoEd commissioned an independent research firm to survey 150 learning and development leaders about how remote training was better, where it struggled, and the surprising training benefits that emerged when everything was forced to go entirely online. This infographic highlights some of the key findings from NovoEd’s forthcoming analysis of the impact of remote work on corporate learning.
Enterprise L&D leaders are surprised by better outcomes from digital learning solutions, but challenges remain.
NovoEd asked 150 enterprise learning leaders how remote work impacted their training programs. Here’s what they had to say.
Learning leaders say remote work improved quality, outcomes, and accessibility of corporate training
95% were surprised at how remote work improved training programs
79% believe online training produced better outcomes than in-person
54% think that quality of learning has improved during remote work
88% believe moving to digital from traditional in-person delivery opens up learning opportunities to more employees
NovoEd is pleased to announce its partnership with Credly by Pearson, which allows NovoEd customers to easily and efficiently execute their digital credentials strategy, and efficiently scale their credentials programs for learning initiatives conducted throughout their organizations.
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