Learning is all about supporting continuous improvement – the very thing we all strive for as learning and development professionals when designing and implementing L&D strategies within our organisations. The right technology-enabled L&D strategy can have a significant impact on business performance and growth. But how can you be sure your strategy is keeping pace with today’s best practices? How effective are your programmes at engaging your learners and delivering results? And which initiatives are going to make the biggest difference to your organisation and give you that all important edge?
Help is at hand with Towards Maturity’s Benchmark Study. As a Towards Maturity Ambassador, we are proud to be supporting this independent industry initiative and we’re actively encouraging organisations to take part in this year’s study.
It is an online study and it’s completely confidential and free to take part in. As a participant, you’ll receive a personalised report allowing you to benchmark your technology-enabled learning strategy against the effective practices of top performing L&D teams around the world. Your report will highlight your current implementation strengths and weaknesses, enabling you to tailor an action plan to modernise your learning and fast track your way to success. This insight could be invaluable in helping you to overcome key challenges and grasp opportunities to deliver an effective and engaging learning strategy for today’s fast paced, technology enabled global economy.
There is still plenty of time to take part, as the 2014 Towards Maturity Benchmark doesn’t close until 31 July 2014. So why not take an hour over the coming week to reflect on your strategic goals and review what’s working and what’s not? It will be time well spent.
By taking part, you’ll join more than 3,000 organisations across the world which have benchmarked their L&D strategies during the last 10 years. 70% of participants found that just completing the review alone provided new ideas to take their strategy forward. The study is supported by the CIPD and includes input from some of the top thinkers in the L&D industry including Charles Jennings, Jane Hart, Nigel Paine and Bob Mosher.