At the end of 2012 Learning technology provider Kineo produced a report on learning trends based on in-depth interviews with L&D practitioners.
Organisations including Tesco, Civil Service Learning, Lloyds Banking Group, Bupa and Vodafone took part in the research, which provided these 10 trends for L&D based on what is working for the organisations that were interviewed.
- Focus on improving performance still matters the most
- Support informal learning
- Formal courses are not dead, just different
- Organisations need multi-device learning solutions
- E-learning design is changing
- Experiential learning is an important part of the learning architecture
- Line managers and coaches have a critical role
- Assessment is changing
- Learner journeys need to become seamless
- Evaluation and follow-up matters
Some of those who were interviewed for the research will be discussing these trends at HRD – click here for more on the session.