Organizations must make shifts in the workplace that simultaneously reduce bottom-line expenses through innovative and customized eLearning experiences. Markets have shifted to hyperconnected strategies that impact performance, optimization, outlook, and the digital environment within an enterprise that must be adaptive, flexible, and scalable to reduce costs, increase results, and increase bottom-line return on investment. Ultimately, organizations must connect the worker experience to business outcomes by providing employee development that improves eLearning synchronicity and connects employees to one cost-efficient learning ecosystem that is scalable and flexible while aligning in-house content with industry content.
1. Capitalizing on Digitized Market Growth
The eLearning's market growth is at pace to grow an additional 21% between 2021 and 2027, with market revenues reaching over $250 billion during 2020 . With an industry booming, organizations need to deliver digital learning content with ease for increased employee satisfaction and the growing demand for interactive learning with advanced integrated technologies. Both outsourced and in-house content can be provided for maximum impact. While digitized content continues to grow, core copyright industries showed an average 5.87% annual growth rate from 2016 to 2019, with a total copyright growth rate of 4.85% during the same timeframe . Organizational L&D professionals can curate external copyrighted content and worker-centered in-house content housed in one learning platform to increase learner engagement.
2. Consolidate eLearning in a Flexible, Adaptable Platform
Learning ecosystems include platforms that promote a merged content integration that supports growth and development while enhancing a sense of organizational belonging. Leveraging an employee learning ecosystem is more than creating a digital transformation but looking to digital horsepower that offers strategic frameworks to consolidate eLearning operations in flexible, scalable delivery platforms. Overwhelmingly, 87% of working millennials hold favorable perceptions of in-house professional development opportunities; however, 24% of L&D managers do not measure learning engagement, an extremely crucial component to achieving development deliverables and employee retention programs . Additionally, as many as 94% of employees reported they would stay with an organization longer if an investment and company policy nurtured development and growth to gain a competitive advantage .
3. Centralize Content in a Robust Learning Platform
Training needs analysis helps the organization determine the critical needs that must be integrated into the content development strategy while analyzing the unique challenges that multi-source content curation creates for eLearning delivery. Streamlining the learning ecosystem with centralized multi-curated content allows employees to get to know and learn in a familiar learning environment, and 47% of employees who understand at work are less likely to be stressed, and 39% feel more productive and successful when learning at work .
Amesite allows organizations to deploy a fully-managed learning ecosystem that adapts to identified trends with comprehensive data to upskill teams with the most up-to-date content: