Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI) report “Learning to lead: the digital potential” shows that 97% of managers spending at least one day a year on digital learning and on average they are spending eight days per year. However, the report gives interesting insights of barriers to digital learning that still remains high. In summary these barriers is social, qualitative, low support from the company and not taking advantage of the specific benefits of digital learning. The solutions according to the 1184 respondents to the survey that the report is based on e.g. is less focus on costs more on the quality and benefits like personalisation with adaptive learning technologies. Build open learning environments that embrace social contacts and networking. Focus on practice, meaning skills development by doing things, and show how these tasks align with the business. Source: Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI) report
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