Overnight, most organizations had to completely change how they developed and delivered their training experiences in response to COVID-19. The learning and development (L&D) industry wasn’t known for its agility. Courses often took weeks to develop, and it took months to ensure each employee was able to attend lengthy training sessions in white-walled conference rooms.
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Ready or not, mobile learning will be a $70 billion industry this year, and it’s only gaining popularity across workplaces, with most organizations planning to implement a mobile learning strategy soon, if they haven’t already done so.
Do you believe the best employee learning occurs while on the job and within the context of the work? There are well-tested steps to follow for rolling out a training solution for a large, mobile workforce.
App-based mobile learning will be one of 2019’s most lucrative mobile learning trends, contributing substantially to the industry’s projected growth and worth of $70 billion. However, not all mobile learning apps will prove lucrative if they aren’t designed and developed with the user in mind.
The mobile learning industry is anticipated to be worth $70 billion this year as organizations continue to discover the importance of training their employees and the engagement and productivity levels of those employees.
While technology has done wonders for learning and development (L&D) in the past decade or so, it still needs to be moderated well if it’s going to remain effective.
Mobile learning will continue to trend upward at a staggering pace inside and across workplaces in 2019, and it is currently projected to be worth $37.6 billion by 2020. And one of the mobile learning trends that will dominate in 2019 in particular is app-based learning.
Mobile learning will be a $70 billion industry by 2019. And by now, you’ve probably heard all the excitement surrounding mobile learning in the workplace and why it’s so important to remaining competitive in any industry.
With each passing year, the e-learning industry keeps getting larger and larger and even more sophisticated. It’s currently predicted to be worth $325 billion by 2025 and shows no signs of slowing down, especially in 2019.
YouTube has developed quite the reputation among its users as a go-to, informal source for quick DIY lessons and how-tos. In fact, a 2017 survey from YouTube found that one in seven people now go to the video platform to solve a problem related to their job, studies, or hobbies.