For a while now organisations seem to be questioning their operational, and mainly class-based, HR and training approaches. Measuring the return on investment is difficult, as is producing reports for the board that explain the tangible difference it’s made.
That’s maybe why, in recent years, many have made a seismic shift away from traditional training towards corporate universities, online learning, blended and work-based learning and virtual team learning; which collectively can be described as the 70-20-10 phenomenon. Yet still two important questions remain: 1) Are these new training processes simply more time efficient or are they more effective? 2) Can we now easily measure the impact that these new training and learning approaches have on the business?
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