New Value Creation with Four Business Models for L&D
If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu
Author: Jos Arets
For many years, Learning and Development (L&D) has been trying to demonstrate the value of learning. It has modernised the services it provides, reorganised its distribution methods for greater efficiency, and professionalised its measurement processes. But it is still failing. This raises some important questions: should we continue to focus on learning value? Or is this the time to redefine the future of L&D and focus on business value? This paper takes a closer look how L&D can have a ‘seat at the table’ instead of simply being on the menu.