As organizations strive to keep pace with digital business requirements, they will need to update their outdated approaches to learning and development. But making these changes real for your organization requires significant changes to legacy learning and development programs. Employees will need to interact with new technologies as they execute on their daily routines, and will need to learn new skills in areas like design thinking and applied insights.
A new approach to learning will require more personalized learning, which is quite a different approach from the traditional classroom learning approach. I believe several factors are driving the change: