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Top 2017 Learning Trends via LinkedIn

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Infographic insights from LinkedIn's Workplace Learning Report from Lessonly, the leader in team learning software. We agree that "the single biggest driver of business impact is the strength of an organization's learning culture." Learn more at Lessonly.com.

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Top 2017 Learning Trends via LinkedIn

  1. 1. The single biggest driver of business impact is the strength of an organization’s learning culture. - Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder, Bersin by Deloitte Insights from LinkedIn’s Workplace Learning Report TOP 2017Workplace Learning Trends 69% are expecting a budget increase this year of L&D pros say that talent is the number one priority at their companies 27% Organizations are Investing More in Talent Development Talent development is top of mind for organizations of learning professionals say L&D is centralized of learning professionals say L&D is decentralized L&D is a Highly Varied Function L&D differs across organizations—there’s no gold standard ⅔ ⅓ 5L&D Professionals See Room for Improvement in Their Own Programs of L&D pros surveyed have a “seat at the table” organizations are starting to incorporate video-based online training into their cultures of L&D professionals surveyed were willing to recommend their own L&D programs to peers25% 60% 70% The average shelf life of job skills is less than Proving Value to Learners is Equally Important—and Equally Challenging When modern learners engage at the point of need in the evenings and weekends at their office desk when alerted to updates on the way to and from work 52% 47% 42% 30% 27% 5years Business impact is the #1 measure desired by CEOs, only 8% currently see the business impact of L&D ROI is the #2 measure desired by CEOs, only 4% currently see the ROI of L&D Developing Employees is Important to Executives, but Proving Business Value is Challenging Leadership craves impact and ROI data of executives agree there is a skills gap in the U.S. workforce 92% 90%of L&D pros agree that developing employees is top-of-mind for the executive team 80% 8% 4% of executives say that L&D programs would help close the gap The cost of replacing an employee is 50-250% of their annual salary + benefits Annual Salary + Benefits Cost to Replace an Employee 250%50%

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