Skill Level Advanced
- The World Economic Forum estimates that more than half of all employees will require significant re-skilling by 2022. We're also in a labor market where the lifespan of skills is shortening. 1/3 of the skills you use now will be irrelevant in 2023. The ability to remain competitive will depend on how fast your team can adapt in this fast-paced global workforce. That's a lot of pressure on learning professionals. Up until now, the L&D industry has gotten by based on theory and intuition. The theory, especially when combined with neuroscience, is excellent. The intuition, not so much. When we migrated from the classroom to digital, we made a lot of assumptions about what our learners would do online. This was an acceptable start, as we ourselves were learning about digital media. Now there is a ton of data available about online behaviors. Other industries leverage these metrics, but learning and development has lagged. It's time for learning professionals to catch up. In this course I'll provide you with an overview of the data-driven learning design process, and how to start building a data strategy. I'll show you how to use data to reframe stakeholder conversations, and how to stop wasting time and resources in development. Applying simple data analysis will make a huge improvement on your workforce upscaling, so let's get started.