Learning Technologies visitors 5x more optimistic than the average L&D expert
L&D experts entered the #LT13UK exhibition yesterday morning with high hopes according to the first numbers to come out of
GoodPractice’s Learning Trends Live survey.
When asked the question “Do you think your ability to meet the learning needs of your organisation will get better or worse over the next few months?” nearly half said they expected to be in a “substantially better” position 6 months from now.
Take away all the buzz and excitement of #LT13UK’s opening day however, and most learning experts aren’t so positive. When GoodPractice’s soon to be released Learning Trends 6 study asked the same question to over 300 L&D participants recently, only 8.38% predicted that their abilities would be substantially better. Let’s hope the new found positive attitude that #LT13UK has inspired has real staying power!
When asked the question “For better or for worse: Think ahead 6 months from now. All things considered, do you think your ability to meet the learning needs of your organisation will be?” respondents answered:
Substantially worse – 6%
Moderately worse – 0%
The same – 16%
Moderately better – 30%
Substantially better – 48%
What impact you think the economy will have on the learning services you’re able to deliver into your organisation six months from now? Take part.
We’ll be asking more of these questions throughout the exhibition, so for more of this up to the minute news, follow us on twitter @goodpractice or visit us at stand 88 today.
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