2020 Workplace Learning Report

After years of being under-resourced, learning and development (L&D) budgets are expected to continue to grow – shifting from Instructor-Led Training (ILT) to online learning – and executive buy-in continues to build.

Because of these factors, L&D pros are newly positioned as critical strategic business partners – key to growth and innovation. As we enter 2020, talent developers are focused on finding innovative ways to drive engagement, activate managers, and measure the business impact of learning. Simultaneously, they are looking ahead, preparing for the upskilling and reskilling revolution coming in the next 3-5 years, when digital transformation and automation are expected to have a greater impact on the workforce globally.

One thing is for sure – the stakes have never been higher for getting it right.

In this report, we will explore the answers to four questions:

  1. How are learning leaders resourced to scale learning and engage executives to create a culture of learning?
  2. How do L&D pros measure the impact of learning and define learner engagement?
  3. What can talent developers do to transform managers into learning champions?
  4. How are your peers upskilling and reskilling employees to prepare for what’s ahead?

You’ll also hear from learning leaders from Kraft Heinz, Verizon, MGM Resorts International, Kellogg’s, LinkedIn, and Novartis who share how they are harnessing these trends to drive engagement today and develop the skills needed for tomorrow.

Download the 2020 Workplace Learning Report to read more.