Learning and development 2015
Our 2015 survey sets out the findings of the CIPD’s seventeenth annual Learning and development survey, examining current practices and trends within learning and development.
One of the highlights this year is L&D capability gaps (such as analytical and technological skills) and many report a lack of confidence in using learning technology and yet also predict growth in areas such as e-learning, virtual classrooms and social learning.
"It’s clear that if we are to maximise the value of our investments, we need to make sure we have the right skills in place first. The importance of ‘L&D for L&D’ should not be underestimated."
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