Companies who want to prosper far into the future must compete on their speed of learning.
Clearly, L&D teams play a critical role in this endeavor. In spite of this, they are still considered as a cost center and not as a value creator. So, how can this perception be changed?
- This exercise must begin with a comprehensive L&D Audit. This analysis combined with learnings from the current year should be used to identify the focus areas for next year.
- This approach will not only help transform L&D from a cost center to a performance powerhouse but also help create a blueprint for the future that will be well aligned to help you meet the rapidly changing dynamics.
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To better serve the new “work order,” L&D teams can no longer only develop strategies that focus on just training employees to do specific jobs. Instead, a changed hybrid work environment requires a strategic rethinking of L&D’s role.
The pointers mentioned in this Infographic will not only help transform L&D from a cost center to a performance powerhouse but also help create a blueprint for future that will be well aligned to help you meet the rapidly changing dynamics. We hope these insights help you conduct an audit of your L&D initiatives and make them action-oriented.
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