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No two learners are the same, and one-size-fits-all education doesn’t work anymore. Find out more from this infographic from HP Software Education.

No two learners are the same, and one-size-fits-all education doesn’t work anymore. Find out more from this infographic from HP Software Education.

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  • 1. No two learners are the same One-size-fits-all education doesn’t work anymore Education cannot be reactive, disjointed, one-time only, delivered one way. It must be: To be effective, IT software education needs to appeal to different types of learners Positive results – improved value realization Next steps Read the white paper to discover: • How the IT landscape is changing • How IT education needs to evolve • The most effective training methods • Tips on best practices from HP • Education for your organization © Copyright 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. Source: Research conducted by Vanson Bourne in 2010 and 2013. Findings taken from surveys completed by 1,000 senior IT decision-makers across 13 countries in Asia Pacific, Europe and continental America on behalf of HP Software. White paper title: Dynamic Education for tomorrow’s IT. 4AA5-0064ENW, December 2013 Learn more at hp.com/go/softwareeducation Continuous A joined-up approach of ongoing enablement across an organization, through the application lifecycle Visual Some people prefer to learn by watching Auditory Some people prefer to learn by listening Reading-writing Some people learn best working at their own pace Tactile Some people learn best by doing real tasks Customizable Delivery methods that enable people to learn in a way that suits them, when it suits them Responsive Education that adapts to support organizational, business, or end-user needs as they change and evolve Faster onboarding of end users Faster knowledge transfer Improved end-user satisfaction Faster training on new software Reduced cost for document management 87% say that customization of IT software education is critical in the next 2 years