As we said before, all of this data - how you access material, what you look at and for how long - is all invaluable for the L&D department.
To make the most of your data, you just need to work with technology that speaks your language.
Political parties regularly consult their members to canvas the members’ priorities, interests and expectations on a range of topics. For a recent topic, we worked with one of these local associations to host the discussion online.
It is always interesting to discover other people’s interests; you never know what you might discover, or who you might discover it from. The lunchtime conversation is a fascinating thing.
How do you build a team from your workforce if they rarely or never meet in person? And how do can you train them in a way that encourages them to learn and develop together?