Always-on learning: Evolving L&D’s role

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Always-on learning: Evolving L&D’s role

Posted by Matt Stevens on May 31, 2017.

Traditionally, the role of the learning and development (L&D) function was plain to see, evident first in various course catalogs and instructor-led classroom training and later in e-learning that was essentially classroom training transferred online. Today, however, L&D is evolving to be a more ubiquitous, more behind-the-scenes force for supporting and enabling employee development and performance.

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Content curation:

How L&D is getting a handle on this organizational responsibility


Posted by Amy A. Titus and Dani Johnson on October 12, 2016.

Curation has been a buzzword in the Learning & Development (L&D) space for a few years now. With the proliferation of information, it’s getting harder and harder for employees to find valid, up-to-date, engaging content to meet their needs. Bersin by Deloitte data from its High-Impact Learning Organization study tells us that the biggest challenge employees face when they’re trying to learn isn’t the lack of content—it’s finding the right content.

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