The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the way businesses operate. Workforces in most organizations have gone remote, resulting in increased productivity and cost saving, but this has also put L&D professionals in a dilemma as corporate training plans have been affected.
Organizations that were once averse to on-demand training because it can’t match the engagement levels of face-to-face training have now been forced to shift their corporate training activities to an on-demand format. Many of them have begun the process of converting classroom training material to eLearning and virtual learning. And now they realize the drawbacks of digital formats may not be as bad as they thought it would be.
The adoption of online training has skyrocketed as most of the workforce is working from home and will continue to do so, even after the pandemic situation resolves. So, what are the predictions on the ‘new normal’ in corporate training? This infographic has the information.
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