Stop Checking Compliance Boxes: Start Measuring Proficiency to Drive Business Results
It’s standard in corporate learning models to use LMSs, but these learning systems weren’t designed for skill-building. And traditionally, industry-wide success with those systems has been defined by course completion metrics rather than proficiency. This doesn’t truly demonstrate L&D’s business value to managers and executives.
Corporate training and development is moving away from traditional methods and towards a microlearning strategy that empowers learning professionals with the tools to efficiently upskill and reskill a workforce and deliver business results.
This white paper will go in depth on the benefits of modernizing your learning approach, with insights on how microlearning courses and its analytics help employees acquire important new skills and knowledge that align with business objectives.