Too often, businesses’ digital learning and leadership development programs fail to have their desired effect upon employees, and instead become “meaningless corporate activities.” So what makes a learning program produce real results? In this easy-to-digest report, Samir Mehta and Holly Downs of the Center for Creative Leadership offer six strategies for creating, implementing and measuring the effectiveness of digital learning initiatives in the workplace. getAbstract recommends this report to upper-level management and to training and development personnel.
About the Authors
Samir Mehta serves as the digital learning products manager at the Center for Creative Leadership. Holly Downs serves as a senior evaluation faculty member with its Evaluation Center and leads its Virtual Leadership Learning Project.
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