- · What do managers think about the typical learning technologies that might be provided by their organisations?
- · How do they the learning technology provided by the organisations compares with technology they access in their personal life?
Friday, November 17, 2017
Learning Technologies: What Managers Really Think
Rachel Burnham: Yesterday GoodPractice launched the third in its annual pieces of research into how managers actually approach learning to address the challenges they face in their work. This year’s report focused on the perceptions of managers in relation to learning and technology. This is distinct from how effective the learning solution actually is. As the report says ‘Perception is part of the context we work within: how managers feel about their workplace learning technologies will inevitably have an impact on their use.’
The research was conducted in association with ComRes and involved an online survey of a sample of 521 managers working in businesses with more than 500 people, carried out in the summer of 2017.
The research focused on two overall questions:
Here is my Sketchnote recorded live at the launch event on 16 November 2017:
17 November 2017
Burnham L & D Consultancy helps L&D professionals update and refresh their skills. I am particularly interested in blended learning, the use of digital skills for learning, evaluation and anything that improves the impact of learning on performance.