Closing the opportunity gap: The economic drivers for learning as a benefit

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Now more than ever, HR and learning leaders have an incredible responsibility to equip individuals and organisations with the tools and resources needed to adapt, grow and remain resilient in an uncertain future.

Could revisiting and reimagining ‘learning as a benefit’ be a key solution to this monumental challenge?

In this report, learning analyst Laura Overton explores how an increased focus on digital learning could help close the opportunity gap. By harnessing the power of digital, organisations have the potential to offer learning services that reach and support all working individuals looking to develop their careers.

Bringing you real-world insights, this paper examines how two companies – Uber and Novartis – have embraced the learning as a benefit model to provide a flexible, inclusive L&D offering that empowers, inspires and reskills on a large scale.

Download the report, developed by TrainingZone and The Open University, for expert insights on how to create a compelling learning proposition that offers value to both the individual and the organisation.

In this report, you will learn:

  • Why today’s corporate and learning realities are leading organisations to revisit learning as a benefit
  • How to make the business case for this type of L&D offering
  • The four key considerations for a successful framework
  • How Uber and Novartis have made the learning as a benefit approach a huge success
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