Learning in the mobile enterprise
A comprehensive report detailing the learning changes in the modern, mobile workplace.
Today’s learners can work and learn in an increasingly mobile way. With more flexible learning and working remotely, it is essential that learning is adapted to fit this new culture.
This report details the mobile learning approach, using data, it provides transparent evidence into how organizations can adapt their learning systems to fit the changing mobile workplace.
In this report, we seek to:
Help organizations improve their strategies to support learning in a mobile enterprise
Explore how Learning and Development should respond to this evolution
Discuss what organizations can do to engage with the new mobile workforce
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