Every year the Towards Maturity Benchmark Study gives a great insight into the attitudes and trends of learning innovation, by looking specifically at how learning and development professionals can implement learning technologies successfully.
This year’s results identified the top barriers to be a lack of skill among employees to manage their own learning (63%), as well as a lack of knowledge of potential use and implementation (62%).
The study also highlighted other barriers including:
- Poor ICT skills
- Insufficient access to computers
- Unreliable ICT infrastructure
- High cost of developing e-learning content