Insight

The future of learning

Learning opportunities should be relevant, timely, tailored to each learner's needs and seamlessly woven into business and HR applications.

Tina Kelly

Tina Kelly

Partner, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

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Cultivating an innovative learning experience for the modern worker

As learning becomes more important for workforce enablement and employee experience, it is essential that an organization's learning ecosystem becomes more intentionally nurtured and maintained. Being able to provide the right learning at the right time in the right format is paramount to effectiveness. Imagine learning moments seamlessly embedded in the flow of work and integrated within enterprise applications.

To make this future a reality, the human resources function must assume new roles and capabilities to enable rapid reskilling and "future skilling". Company executives, too, must acquire new leadership skills as the workforce changes. Learning technologies must be a core component of overall corporate digital strategy, and data must be leveraged to drive improvement and ensure learning impacts business goals.

This paper explores the interdependencies among work, learning, technology, employee experience, data and culture and provides day-in-the-life scenarios for the future of learning. Read to learn about:

  • factors shaping the future of learning
  • evolution of the learning ecosystem
  • technologies for enabling learning
  • tomorrow's learner experience
  • cultivating a positive culture of learning.
The future of learning
Learning opportunities should be relevant, timely, tailored to each learner's needs and seamlessly woven into business and HR applications.