Without buy-in across all management levels, Katrina Watt says, companies will miss out on the productivity and competitive gains that personalised learning can provide. A 2017 study by LinkedIn found that only 4% of CEOs recognise the return on investment of such programmes.
1984 research by educational psychologist, Benjamin Bloom, found that students who received personalised instruction outperformed 98% of those who did not. Bloom challenged the academic community to replicate, at scale, the effectiveness of personalised learning. This call, was unmet – until quite recently.
Fast forward almost 35 years and personalised learning is now not only widespread in schools, but in organisations large and small. ATD Research says that today 83% of organisations globally offer some form of personalised learning.
Through technology, the opportunity to study anywhere, anytime and at any speed has never been easier via online tools such as webinars, whitepapers, video and more advanced learning technologies.
Traditional tertiary education roles and responsibilities are changing, especially in vocational education and training, a sector currently undergoing widespread change.
Co=Gen provides a powerful mix of group and 1:1 online training and coaching, with a balance of reflection and action. Working on a real-time new work project or initiative anchors the programme in the new realities of a fast changing world.