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Infographic: 2 Myths of ELearning

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Myth vs. Truth: could you be dead wrong with some of your assumptions on elearning? Learn about these 2 common myths in this infographic.

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Infographic: 2 Myths of ELearning

  1. 1. Share On 2 MYTHS of Elearning Event-based learning is sufficient as a stand-alone learning program offering MYTH Continuous learning heightens skill transfer to the job TRUTH Here’s what happens when we learn something without any reinforcement: After 1 hour we forget 50% After 2 days we forget 80% Yes, we have skills gaps, but it’s not that serious of an issue.2 MYTH There is a global talent crisis and most HR leaders are underprepared. TRUTH 63% of CEOs are concerned about the availability of key skills. CEO Learn more about these myths in a free ebook at Skillsoft.com/FreeEbook 1 Memory: Contribution to Experimental Psychology by Herman Ebbinghaus. 1885/1913. 2 The world at work: Jobs, pay, and skills for 3.5 billion people by Richard Dobbs, et al. McKinsey Global Institute, June 2012. 3 17th Annual Global CEO Survey. PwC, 2014. After 31 days we forget 90%1 50% of CEOs plan to increase headcount over the next 12 months.3 CEO 12 MONTHS Skills Collaborating Strategic thinking Decision making Problem solving Open-mindedness

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