Technology is moving faster than ever. And with it, the skills and resources people need to do their best work are rapidly changing. Recognizing this, organizations large and small are throwing huge sums of money at employee development. But their efforts to close the digital skills gap, amplify employee engagement, and strengthen cultures are generally failing. Why? 21st century employees are different, from the way they engage in workplace tasks to how they consume content. Their demands are different. Their attention spans are shorter. Even their brains are rewired. Because of these rapid changes, learning and development leaders need a new framework for building successful learning programs that meet 21st century challenges. This is how to do it.