Right now, L&D leaders everywhere are losing the war for attention. There are simply too many competing demands on your teams, and people don’t have the time or energy to learn the way they want to.
With the slow recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and the global pivot to remote working, it’s no wonder most organizations are averaging learning management system course completion rates of just 20-30%.
Fortunately, we’re here to offer a solution: Collaborative Learning.
By connecting your teams with interactive learning experiences, you can make it easy for people to share their institutional knowledge, improve learning courses through peer engagements, and solve common problems together.
After all, we work as a team, so why wouldn’t we learn as a team?