Lifelong learning is important for business. It supports employee agility and increases employee satisfaction, engagement, and retention. Nurturing a culture of lifelong learning enables organizations to better respond to disrupted market environments.
Talent managers are pivoting to strategies that enable and empower learners. These strategies yield benefits to the organization as well as to the individual. They will often involve reliance on external partners and platforms.
Companies support a variety of approaches to lifelong learning, valued for different reasons. Shifts are coming in learning methodologies, including heavier reliance on technology, personalization, and social learning.
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