New insight into the most effective ways to improve formal learning by exploring what successful organizations are doing differently.
Many high performing learning organizations have established successful systems to balance the differences between formal learning and the need for learning to be more accessible.
This report looks at companies who successfully improve face-to-face learning highlighting the key points of difference between face-to-face and technological learning and how to blend these methods together.
In this report, we see to:
Understand where there are differences between learning styles and how to bridge this gap
Improve engagement with organizations to explore this topic to create cohesion in learning
Utilize data to demonstrate how effective blending can be achieved
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