What’s most valuable in the eyes of executive stakeholders
How the learning and enablement professions must adapt to meet expectations
How would you respond if your CEO asked you today, "Why do you think your function exists?"
There are widening gaps between a CEO’s vision for their business, their people, and the way learning, enablement and training functions work today. While many studies explore these functions and what they currently do, there’s limited visibility into the perceptions of the executives who make the major investment decisions for their businesses.
A recent Oxygen and HCI study explores these gaps to figure out what’s most valuable in the eyes of executive stakeholders, and to understand how the learning and enablement professions must adapt to meet stakeholders' expectations.
If you ever ask the question, “What’s the future of my profession?” then join us for the ride! We’ll share some of the thinking that frames our research and methodology for the study. You’ll also get first hand visibility into some of the patterns we’ve begun to see.