“Technology will not replace great teachers, but technology in the hands of great teachers can be transformational” – George Couros
Organizations today are changing faster than ever, and they are continuously innovating and transforming to deliver value to their customers. With the workforce mainly comprising millennials who have shorter attention spans, rely greatly on technology, are task-oriented and hungry for learning, the changing organizational landscape has rendered new challenges and opportunities to the Learning and Development (L&D) teams too!
Gone are the days when L&D professionals organized classroom training sessions, tracked attendance, feedback scores, and post-assessment scores as a measure of success. Today, traditional learning methods are losing their relevance. Let me ask you a simple question, you are making a presentation for a client meeting and you need to understand how to insert an animation, what do you do?
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