This chart shows the types of learning that were valued most in 2014. Most interesting that Knowledge Shared with Team and Web Search for Resources are at one end of the spectrum (positively) while e-Learning is at the other. Thanks to Jane Hart for her annual research. “What does this mean for L&D departments? It suggests the focus of their work should be in the areas that are seen as high value, e.g.supporting knowledge, sharing across the enterprise, developing self-service resources, offering and guiding group learning opportunities, and building the personal and social learning skills that will ensure all employees can thrive in today’s workplace.”
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