Six reasons why corporate learning often fails and how to fix it
We live in a rapidly changing world. What is relevant today is old news tomorrow. Archipel foresaw a number of years ago that the learning industry was not really adapting to that changed pace, or at least not fast enough. While classroom learning has long been the standard, the changing needs of employees and organizations require a more personal, agile approach to learning. This demands a new perspective on how to deal with the changing skills and competences that the workforce needs, to remain fit for the future. But are companies able to address this properly? What are the main challenges companies face nowadays? Where there is change, there is opportunity. One of the challenges is the number of suppliers that offer training, causing companies to get lost in all options. And if a suitable training is found, it often comes with a price that does not match with the learning budget that companies have to deal with. In this interactive session we discuss the 6 reasons why most corporate companies fail in their L&D policy and we’ll give you tips and solutions on how to become fit for the future as a company.
Curious to hear about all six challenges that we address and to get some practical solutions? Join Omar’s theater session in theatre 1 where he will elaborate on all these challenges.