– Owen Ferguson, MD, GoodPractice
For many L&D functions, utilising technology to deliver learning experiences is a strategic priority. Established learning technologies such as e-learning and learning management systems, as well as newer options such as online groups/networks and performance support tools represent considerable investment.
The impact (or otherwise) of these learning technologies is an critical means by which L&D’s success is judged. Given this, how much does L&D really know about how these technologies are being received by managers, and how useful they are perceived to be?
The key questions we seek to answer in this report are: