Why Build a Skills Program?

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Presentation from IBM that shows the real ROI to justify building a skills and training program in your organization. The deck shows stats for sales, customer service, product development and HR from industry experts like IBM, Kenexa, Aberdeen Group and TowardsMaturity.org

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  • The 2012 IBM Tech Trends Report, Fast Track to the Future, IBM Center For Applied Insights, 2012
  • US Census Bureau, www.census.gov
  • Zoom in on Video Learning, Aberdeen, 2013
  • IBM Case Study - AMD, 2013
  • Bridging the Gap: Integrating Learning and Work, Towards Maturity Benchmark Study, 2012-2013 501 respondents from 466 organizations, representing greater than 2 million employees.
  • Bridging the Gap: Integrating Learning and Work, Towards Maturity Benchmark Study, 2012-2013 501 respondents from 466 organizations, representing greater than 2 million employees.
  • Bridging the Gap: Integrating Learning and Work, Towards Maturity Benchmark Study, 2012-2013 501 respondents from 466 organizations, representing greater than 2 million employees.
  • Why Build a Skills Program?

    1. 1. Why Build a Skills Program?
    2. 2. Only 1 in 10 organizations has all the skills it needs to be successful Just 1 in 10
    3. 3. 47% of U.S. employees will be those born after 1977 by the end of 2013. They learn differently 47%
    4. 4. Leading organizations are 119% more likely to utilize mobile learning solutions 119%
    5. 5. 35% reduction in time spent searching for sales content for AMD’s sales teams 35%
    6. 6. 16% increase in customer satisfaction among companies using learning technology 16%
    7. 7. 9% increase in staff retention among companies using learning technology 9%
    8. 8. 22% faster rollouts of products and processes using learning technology 22%
    9. 9. ibm.com/training
    10. 10. ibm.com/training

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