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2015

2015 State of the Industry

ATD’s 2015 State of the Industry report, sponsored by Capella University, found that organizations continued to show their commitment to employee learning in 2014, making healthy investments in learning programs. A total of 336 organizations across a wide range of sizes, industries, and locations submitted their efficiencies and expenditures data. In 2014, organizations on average spent $1,2...

ATD Research Presents — Skills, Challenges, and Trends in Instructional Design

To keep up with the changes in the workplace and in order for learning professionals to be competitive in the evolving global workforce, instructional design (ID) must progress as current conditions evolve, challenges become more complicated, and new trends emerge.   Have ID skills changed? What other competencies are needed to be successful in the profession? The Association for Talent Deve...

ATD Research Presents — Aligning for Success: Connecting Learning to Business Performance

How does the head of learning ensure that an organization’s learning strategy is aligned with its business strategy, particularly given the complexity and change that characterize the business world? In Aligning for Success: Connecting Learning to Business Performance, the Association for Talent Development (ATD) draws upon a wealth of survey data to explore this question. ATD also conducted...

ATD Research Presents — Instructional Design Now: A New Age of Learning and Beyond

Instructional Design Now: A New Age of Learning and Beyond, a collaboration of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), explores a learning landscape rich in emerging opportunities, populated by professionals eager to create and unleash content that drives employee development and organizational performance. But ATD and i4cp found that inst...

ATD Research Presents - Building a Talent Development Structure Without Borders

Talent development professionals build the knowledge, skills, and abilities of others and help them develop and achieve their potential so that the organizations they work for can succeed. In today’s knowledge economy, organizations need talent development functions that can support the unique competency needs of their businesses. To better understand how organizations are structuring and a...

ATD Research Presents - Global Trends in Talent Development

The Association for Talent Development has completed its first truly global assessment of talent development outlooks, resources, and practices. The findings from this research are presented in Global Trends in Talent Development. By looking at key metrics (including learning hours, budgets, and delivery methods) and top trends and challenges for talent development by global regions, this research...

ATD Research Presents - Leaders as Teachers: Engaging Employees in High-Performance Learning

Business and learning leaders alike expect great things from leaders-as-teachers (LAT) programs: Enhanced professional development opportunities for leaders who teach, deeper levels of engagement for employee learners, and support for an organizational culture that thrives on learning, to name just a few. Many organizations leverage their leaders as teachers. Unfortunately, most of those companie...

ATD Research Presents - Learners of the Future: Taking Action Today to Prevent Tomorrow's Talent Crisis

In a mere five years, learning will look dramatically different from what it looks like today, and organizational learning and development functions aren’t prepared to meet the needs of tomorrow’s learners.  ATD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) surveyed 405 learning professionals, and a robust 59 percent agreed that learning in 2020 will take place in ways that...

ATD Research Presents — The Mobile Landscape 2015: Building Toward Anytime, Anywhere Learning

Widespread adoption of smartphones and tablets has fueled extensive interest among learning professionals about the use of mobile devices for training delivery. What is the state of mobile learning in 2015? Is growth underway? Are obstacles being surmounted only to give way to new stumbling blocks? Or is mobile learning accruing the sort of success stories learning professionals have hoped to see?...

ATD Research Presents - What Does Talent Development Pay? ATD's 2015 Compensation and Benefits Report (Salary Survey)

The median annual salary in talent development is between $70,000 and $79,999, a number that has remained flat since ATD last took the industry pulse in 2011. But which factors command higher salaries? How prevalent is incentive pay? And what about paid benefits such as time off and medical coverage? ATD Research surveyed 2,050 talent development professionals at all corporate levels to uncover th...

Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) Q1 2015

The Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) assesses the expectations of learning executives for the learning function in organizations for the next six months. ATD publishes the LXCI each year in January (for Q4 of the previous year), April (Q1 of the current year), July (Q2 of the current year), and October (Q3 of the current year). The LXCI is measured on a 100-point...

Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) Q2 2015

The Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) assesses the expectations of learning executives for the learning function in organizations for the next six months. ATD publishes the LXCI each year in January (for Q4 of the previous year), April (Q1 of the current year), July (Q2 of the current year), and October (Q3 of the current year). The LXCI is measured on a 100-point...

Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) Q3 2015

The Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) assesses the expectations of learning executives for the learning function in organizations for the next six months. ATD publishes the LXCI each year in January (for Q4 of the previous year), April (Q1 of the current year), July (Q2 of the current year), and October (Q3 of the current year).The LXCI is measured on a 100-point scale; a higher index sco...

Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) Q4 2015

The Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI) assesses the expectations of learning executives for the learning function in organizations for the next six months. ATD publishes the LXCI each year in January (for Q4 of the previous year), April (Q1 of the current year), July (Q2 of the current year), and October (Q3 of the current year).The LXCI is measured on a 100-point scale; a higher index sco...

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