This report reflects on the strategic aims and uptake of digital learning in organisations. The research draws on data from the Towards Maturity Benchmark Survey, an internationally recognized longitudinal study on the effective implementation of learning innovation based on the input of over 6,000 organisations and 40,000 learners gathered since 2003.
Technology is a key component of working life, and organisations are taking advantage of the benefits offered by digital tools to enhance their learning and development strategies. However, the rate of technological change is swift. Learning and development practitioners must choose the right technology for their learning strategies while avoiding the hype surrounding new digital tools. We hope that this report, its recommendations and accompanying framework provide some ‘food for thought’ on technology and digital learning.
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