Surveying the Current State of Learning Solutions

Surveying the Current State of Learning Solutions

As never before, learning and development (L&D) professionals are striving to make their learning systems and learning technologies more effective and engaging.

The impact of training is being recognized as essential for far more than just performance. It impacts a company’s market position, employee recruitment and retention, morale, and more.

Here are few stats from that illustrate this point in cold, hard numbers:

  • The #1 factor emerging generations (Millennials and Generation Z) consider when starting a new job is sufficient training.
  • Eighty percent of the emerging generations say an emphasis on personal growth is the most important quality of a company's culture.
  • Sixty-six percent of organizations that view L&D as critical to success had a stronger market position than their competitors.

Clearly, training is more important than ever. And technological advances like virtual reality, learning experience platforms, and others are opening up ways to create even more engaging learning solutions. But we want to know what strategies have been effective for YOU.

Take a Short Survey on the State of Learning Solutions

We’re partnering with’s Research Institute to survey as many learning and development and HR or training professionals as possible, to put together an accurate picture of learning solutions today.

The State of Learning Solutions and Learner Experience 2020 survey is now live and we are inviting you to take it.

This survey will ask questions to gauge your successes, challenges, and best practices. We need your help to ensure the research is both accurate and inclusive.

Please click the button below to take this important survey. As a thank you for sharing your thoughts, you’ll receive a complimentary copy of The State of Learning Solutions & Learner Experience 2020 research report and infographic.

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Feel free to share this survey link with your colleagues and peers in the learning industry. The more responses we get, the better the data will be.