Managing Learning: Leaning out to bring more value

Transform your learning services to meet today’s business and employee requirements

Joe Farrell

Joe Farrell

Managing Director, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

+1 813-570-2964

Bradley Jones

Bradley Jones

Director, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

+1 727-900-9623

Sanjay Ahuja

Sanjay Ahuja

Manager Advisory, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

+1 214-840-2000

Today’s hybrid and remote workforces demand easily accessible, relevant roles-based training in the flow of work. One that’s personalized and effective in helping employees achieve business outcomes that are sustainable and adaptable. To craft a transformative learning plan, organizations need to find the right answers to these questions:

  1. Is your learning delivering on and supporting your company’s business results?
  2. How well do you know your learners?
  3. What are the current and future skills learners need to develop?
  4. What is the right technology solution for the learner experience you are seeking to create?
  5. How can you determine the most effective learner experience for your employees?
  6. How do you keep your learning content and approach relevant?
  7. What kind of learning culture does your organization need?
  8. How do you define and measure success today, tomorrow, and beyond?

For the answers to those questions and more, access our white paper.

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" Learning doesn’t occur in a vacuum, so it shouldn’t be treated in that way."

- Joe Farrell, Principal, Human Capital Management