Managed Learning Services
6 Reasons to Consider a Managed Learning Service Learning and development teams are under constant pressure to do more with less as organisations adapt to stay ahead in business. Typically this means they face a number of challenges:
A need to increase value from learning & development spend as budgets get squeezed.
Training is underutilised as employees struggle to find time to attend training and find the most appropriate medium.
A requirement to rationalise the number of training suppliers to consolidate spend and benefit from economies of scale.
L&D teams need to spend less time administering training and more time supporting the organisation achieve its business goals.
These factors are driving organisations to consider managed learning services, but what should you realistically expect to gain from engaging with a managed learning service provider?
1. A Reduction in Training Costs
2. An Increase in Training Activity
By rationalising multiple suppliers, you benefit from significant savings on spend with external training providers. This is achieved through leveraging volume discounts and consolidating training requirements to achieve economies of scale.
An increase in the number of people participating in training activity can be achieved by raising the visibility of training programmes, consolidating training requirements throughout disparate parts of the organisation, and rolling out digital learning programmes where appropriate.
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Managed Learning Services Working with a good managed learning provider means you have access to leading industry experts in process management, learning and development, coaching, consulting and organisational change. 3. Improved Management Information
5. Access to Expert Advisors
Consolidated management information gives learning and development teams increased visibility over training deployment and helps inform strategic decision making throughout the organisation.
Working with a good managed learning provider means you have access to leading industry experts in process management, learning and development, coaching, consulting and organisational change. These experts become a valuable extension of your internal learning and development function helping you drive organisational change.
4. Focus on the Business Needs
A managed learning service will reduce the time spent on back office functions such as training administration, supplier management and reporting, freeing up your learning and development team to focus on aligning training with your organisationâ€™s strategic goals.
6. Increased Return on Investment It is in the interest of any managed learning service provider to ensure that you achieve greater demonstrable return on your training investment through increased productivity, performance, organisational efficiencies and desired behavioural change.
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Published on Oct 19, 2016
Learning and development teams are under constant pressure to do more with less as organisations adapt to stay ahead in business.