In today’s business environment, expectations are trending up while learning budgets are trending down. So how can L&D professionals find ways to achieve more with less? Learn from a groundbreaking benchmark study how strategic insourcing can be one of the more effective resourcing approaches to reach your corporate learning objectives.
This recent HCM Advisory Group study explored whether strategic insourcing can serve as a strategy to more effectively allocate resources to L&D projects and initiatives. Flexible human capital resource models such as strategic insourcing appear to deliver high quality results in a very cost effective manner.
The study is the result of an in-depth market analysis on the topic which employed focus groups and surveys of senior learning and development professionals.
What you will learn:
What strategic insourcing is, and how it can support your departmental objectives
The benefits and values of flexible human capital models such as strategic insourcing
Where and how they can be most effectively applied
The economic impact of strategic insourcing
Insights into trends/adoption of the model by L&D practitioners
How this resourcing model aligns with the demands and requirements of the workforce of the future
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