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In 2022’s Annual L&D Benchmark report we’ve surveyed 772 L&D leaders and their teams to find out what top performing learning organizations are doing differently to positively impact organization growth, productivity, profitability, and transformation.
A key theme running through the report is reimagining workplace learning, with a particular focus on digitalization, cultural innovation, talent and capability, and how L&D teams’ partner with the wider organization. The research delves deeper into these areas and shines light on the need for a ‘people first, technology second’ approach to L&D.
We address the crucial question ‘Is your learning culture keeping pace with rapid digitalization?’ and look at how organizations can adapt a ‘people first, technology second’ approach to their L&D strategy. As well as sharing insights into several key topics the report provides a practical action plan for L&D leaders strengthen their learning cultures, and L&D departments to operate more effectively.
In this research report we look at:
Researcher, Mind Tools for Business
With a strong background in academic research, Anna completed her PhD in 2020 and is now a core member of our Impact & Insights team. Anna specializes in producing high-quality, comprehensive and topical evidence-based reports for the L&D community.
Head of Research, Mind Tools for Business
Gent is Head of Research for Mind Tools. He's a mixed-methods specialist focusing on how learning and organizational development can have real positive impact on key business metrics. Gent and his team of qualitative and quantitative researchers are responsible for improving data collection and analysis, writing research reports, and building inter-disciplinary research partnerships.
This research draws on insights from our Learning Performance Benchmark. It remains the only free, independent and confidential benchmarking tool for L&D professionals. Our new report pulls data from 772 L&D leaders from 63 countries across 19 industries. To bring you insights, we track the health and impact of organizational learning. That means measuring the impact of L&D strategies, their digital innovation and behavioral change.
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