Learning Technology 2016

Embracing Innovation for a Better Learner Experience

After a decade of inertia, the top learning priority for organizations surveyed in Brandon Hall Group’s 2016 Learning Technology study is exploring new or different learning technologies. Over the next 12 months, new technologies take priority over even perennially important initiatives such as developing the learning strategy and improving the link between learning and performance.

For the 44 percent of companies looking to make a change (that’s up from 38 percent last year), improving the user experience is the number one reason.

Download this report from the Brandon Hall Group to discover:
  • Top learning technology priorities.
  • Critical calls for change for a better learner experience.
  • Key drivers of change in how organizations plan for, and utilize, learning technology.