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“In recent years, there’s been a lot of discussion about learning technology in organisations, and a school of thought that employees have a negative perception of technology that’s provided at work. This report considers the extent to which this narrative is true in the real world.”

– Owen Ferguson, MD, GoodPractice

Learning Technologies: What Managers Really Think

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 a considerable investment.

The impact (or otherwise) of these learning technologies is a 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:

  • How useful do managers find different learning technologies?
  • How accessible do managers find different technologies?
  • Which learning options do managers turn to when they face specific workplace challenges?
  • How do managers view workplace learning technologies in comparison to the technology they access in their personal life?

We would be delighted to hear your comments and feedback on the report at info@goodpractice.com or you can tweet us your thoughts @GoodPractice using the hashtag #gpwmrt.

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