Learning Experiences 2021

As part of our We Love Learning Summit session, we plan to compare your answer to the following four questions, to the perceptions of our current 2021 Digital Learning Realities Survey. 

The survey will only take 5 mins and you will get to see the iLove Learning results immediately when you complete the survey. We are not tracking any details - so your survey responses will be completely anonymous.

Thank you for your participation and we look forward to comparing your results at 10:00am on 24th February 2021.

See you there...!

David Perring, Fosway Group and Sumedh Kasare, Netex

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* 1. How much has your organisation's learning strategy had to change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic?

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* 2. How much is 'digital learning fatigue' becoming an issue for your learners?

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* 3. What are your priorities for enhancing your organisation's digital learning experiences over the coming year?

  High Medium Low Not a priority
Better formal asynchronous learning delivery
(i.e. e-learning content, courses & resources)
Better synchronous learning delivery
(i.e. classes, virtual classrooms, coaching )
Better learning in the flow of work
(i.e. just in Time Guides, Quick Reference, Feedback)
Better collaborative learning
(i.e. communities, buddying, assignments, peer to peer & manager feedback)
Better blended learning
(i.e. learning programmes, certifications, learning journey design)
Better connection to skills
Better personalisation
(i.e adaptive learning, personalised learning paths)
Better integration into other 'people processes'
(i.e. performance, feedback, talent mobility, employee engagement, career development)
Better integration into work-spaces and business tools
(.i.e. Microsoft Teams, Slack, customer management systems)
Better analytics and intelligence
(i.e. reporting, Ai, natural language processing, assistants)

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* 4. Since the pandemic, approximately how often does your approach to L&D support the following?

(100% of the time)
(approx 90%)
(approx 70%)
(approx 50%)
(approx 30%)
(approx 10%)
Measure individual learning needs & learning progress
Support learning decisions about what, and how people can develop
Support individuals development planning for personal, career and operational goals
Multi channel learning delivery - encompassing acquiring, practicing and doing
Support employees' application of learning on the job after learning
Sustain individual learning in the workplace in the months after learning
Energise learners to develop further mastery and expertise 
Measure learning outcomes, impact and success

Congratulations, you have reached the end of the survey!

We’d like to thank you for your participation and we look forward to sharing the results of the pulse survey at the We Love Learning Summit on 24th February.

For more learning research visit www.fosway.com

David Perring, Director of Research, Fosway Group