With this research, conducted in partnership between HCI and Oxygen, we explore the current state of organizational learning and development and offer recommendations for a more modern approach that evolves L&D into a business-within-a-business. Through interviews with L&D leaders, and a research survey fielded to practitioners, we examined perspectives from both L&D providers and their internal customers on the individual and organizational capabilities of the L&D function. Our finding: L&D impact is limited, with plenty of room to grow and elevate its role as a strategic partner to business unit leaders, executive teams, and CEOs.
L&D, HR, and Training exist in a complex and rapidly evolving business environment in which they can no longer continue to operate with a fragmented value contribution. In order for L&D to elevate their function across a multitude of ...Read more
Discover the areas of impact that L&D leaders must consider for their profession, top areas for improvement and upskilling within L&D, and implications for the operating model of the L&D function.
Thought leader and L&D professional, Brian Lambert, PhD, the Director of Consulting at Oxygen shares his vision for the modern L&D function.