Design an eLearning Content Strategy that Works for Your People and Your Business
Traditional training has been disrupted and businesses need to move quickly to keep up. In the predictable past, the traditional approach to learning and development (L&D) made it possible for learning leaders to take their time producing courses in line with the long-term needs of the business.
But the increased pace of business over the past 5-10 years means organizations now need to rapidly deliver relevant, impactful learning content at the time of need.
"The speed with which things change today means that updating and maintaining learning materials is a key part of their cost. Increasingly, the investment required in content is less a matter solely of the initial, up-front cost alone. Increasingly, organizations also need to factor in the total cost of ownership of the content – on-going costs such as the cost of maintenance, localization and updating."
Organizations now face a new-world L&D dilemma: should they buy their training content or build it in-house?
In this white paper, L&D thought leader Donald H. Taylor provides key considerations in making the "create or curate" decision, including how the selected approach supports your organization's larger talent development strategy, and the value it brings to your people and your business.
In this white paper, you'll gain insights into:
- How to evaluate the cost of buying vs. building learning content
- Sources for digital learning content based on your business needs
- Seven key questions that will help you decide whether to buy or build
Download this white paper to learn what eLearning content development approach best suits your organization.