Many learning organizations had vision 2025 as the timeline to digitally transform their legacy learning experiences. This pandemic is now pushing them to fast-track that transformation – just 60 months earlier.
Digital Transformation is changing industries and influencing the way organizations run their businesses. The gap between ‘Learning’ and ‘Working’ is starting to disappear and digital transformation in learning seems more relevant and urgent every day. Organizations that can rethink their learning strategies for the future by fast-tracking digital transformation will be well prepared with skilled and trained people to drive business outcomes.
But what does Digital Transformation in Learning mean?
It is not just about providing self-paced learning or converting classroom training to virtual learning. Digital Transformation is about enabling learners to learn when, where, and how they want to, with digital technologies being the lever. The experience of this digital shift goes beyond the delivery of training. It also means that organizations support their workforce transition to new learning paradigms.
While many organizations seem to be getting their act together at a tactical level, they are encouraged to look at the long-term impact. If your organization was working towards vision 2025 to digitally transform legacy learning experiences, you should probably be ready to bring that vision to life, just 60 months earlier.
– By Abhijit Navale, Vice President – Business Development at MPS Interactive Systems