Learner retention is perhaps the most important metric to measure the success of L&D initiatives. However, as we've covered in this blog before, the vast majority -- often as high as 90 percent -- of new skills are lost within a year if not reinforced by practical follow-ups or assessments.
'The most important resource our people have is their time,' says an HR leader from a well-known media and technology company, in a recent interview with Josh Bersin of consulting firm Deloitte. 'So what I’ve learned after nearly 20 years in HR, is that we need to do away with almost 75% of the...
A recent study by the Association for Talent Development (ATD), Building a Culture of Learning: The Foundation of a Successful Organization, uncovered insights of high-performance organizations regarding their learning and development initiatives.
Sure, employees want to learn. But they dread having to take a test afterwards.