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The way we work is changing. Jobs that existed 10 years ago no longer exist, and new jobs are being created every day. By 2025, 75 percent of the workforce will be Millennials. To stay competitive in this ongoing talent war, organizations' C-suites are shifting their priorities to reskilling and upskilling their workforces.
With the pace of change accelerating faster than ever, the need to maintain a competitive advantage becomes a major factor in whether a business fails or succeeds. This is why online employee learning is a major component of forward-thinking organizational strategy.
BizLibrary's Erin Pinkowski will help you build a business case for online employee learning that will align with your organizational goals and provide your employees with the professional development opportunities they're looking for.
In this webcast, you'll learn:
- How to handle technological and demographic changes in the workplace
- Why it's important to understand changes in the learning and development priorities of employees and the C-suite
- Five core elements of a business case for online employee learning
- How to strategically organize your business case to highlight the benefits for the entire organization