Princeton Metrics and Learning Experience Group Announce Strategic Partnership

Two leaders in the field of Learning & Development join capabilities to promote measurement excellence Princeton, March 19, 2021: Princeton Metrics and Learning Experience Group (LXG) have joined together in a strategic partnership focused on bringing a modern, practical approach to measurement for corporate Learning & Development departments. “More now than ever, the L&D function … Continue reading Princeton Metrics and Learning Experience Group Announce Strategic Partnership

Five Reasons Why L&D Needs a Technology Roadmap

As organizations continue to tackle digital transformation, the learning & development function is poised for its own metamorphosis with emerging technology-delivered solutions. The future of work (and learning) is here now, and L&D professionals must navigate an increasingly competitive learning technology landscape to deliver immersive end-user outcomes. The learning experience market is encountering a surge … Continue reading Five Reasons Why L&D Needs a Technology Roadmap

Forecasting Total Cost of Ownership for Learning Technology

Given the accelerated growth of digital enablement across the enterprise this past year, I’ve been regularly engaged with learning and development organizations (small and large) to help formulate practical roadmaps for implementing varied learning technologies, platforms, and solutions. Much of these efforts focus initially on surfacing current state learner challenges and defining business needs and … Continue reading Forecasting Total Cost of Ownership for Learning Technology

Don’t Let Perfection be the Enemy of Good Learning

With just about every recent conversation I’ve had with cross-industry clients and partners, the most common thread was business continuity. Training professionals and providers are scrambling to respond to operational priorities with urgency, agility, and efficiency but often with ambiguous expectations. In many cases, it’s about rolling up their sleeves just a little bit higher … Continue reading Don’t Let Perfection be the Enemy of Good Learning