The adoption of cloud infrastructure has led to a proliferation of learning management systems (LMSs) and tools geared toward catering to an ever-evolving workforce. From compliance to corporate language training, learning and development is a cornerstone of many organizations’ people strategy. It’s no wonder the global LMS market is booming. In 2018, the market was reportedly worth more than $5 billion, and it’s projected to grow exponentially during the next decade.
We all know that learning and development (L&D) is integral to organizational health—helping employees to learn and grow is a strategic move that can push a company ahead of its competitors. But workplace training isn’t as easy as it seems;
Success can be a perplexing concept at times. Every company strives for it, sure, but it’s not always clear what “success” really looks like. When can a program or initiative truly be described as successful? In order to measure it properly, it’s necessary to first define what the term means within your company’s context.