In the Corporate University Xchange 10th Annual Benchmarking Study conducted with learning leaders across the globe, questions were asked regarding technology and how learning organizations are researching, selecting, and applying new technologies to their current Learning and Talent technology infrastructure.
What we have found in the survey results is that there are no clear best practices for selecting learning technologies or incorporating them into the technology architecture. Currently, there are many different approaches to learning technology infrastructure integration, as well as several methods for finding and evaluating new technologies. This variety of methods indicates efforts to meet the unique needs of the enterprise. Read this report to find out more.
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