One of the most fundamental conflicts in the world of employee training is the balance between cost and effectiveness. While companies certainly want to implement successful training programs that will reliably and effectively impart essential knowledge and skills to employees, they also obviously want to avoid breaking the bank on training.
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Cisco predicted that 80% of all Internet traffic this year will be video content. And nearly all organizations will plan to use video content as an integral part of their learning and development (L&D) strategies this year, as well.
In 2016, 98% of organizations said they would implement video as part of their digital learning strategy. And it will become more and more critical for your training programs to include effective video content in the near future. (Read “Why Your Training Materials Must Include Video Content in 2018” for more details.)
Video learning content isn’t just a passing trend in the learning and development industry. And if you want your organization to remain competitive in the years ahead, you’ll want to make sure to include video content in your training materials right now. Keep reading to learn more about why.
Employers are beginning to spend more money than ever before on their training initiatives and tools. Yet one source indicates that less than 30% of all training being executed is actually being used on the job a month later.
With each passing year, workforces increasingly rely more and more on technology to perform at a high level. Due, in part, to growing up with technology, this has pushed the desire for online training and eLearning in the workplace to new heights.
According to Cisco, video content will make up 82% of all Internet traffic by 2021. So, a majority of all activity on the Internet will entail video content in the coming years. Keep reading to see why this is an important revelation to discover as a learning and development professional.