PELHAM, NY – At the height of the pandemic (June 2020), fassforward conducted a six-month research study to better understand how business was reacting to delivering learning in a remote environment. Today, fassforward announces the publication of our white paper, entitled Remote Learning – A “How-To” Guide for Business.
The “How-To” Guide is a collection of insights, experiences, and wisdom gained from interviewing nearly 100 business leaders, academics, HR professionals, technologists, and L&D Executives.
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The study offers new ways for businesses, especially CLOs, Chief Talent Officers, and L&D Executives, to transform the traditional role of corporate learning in a hybrid working world. Interestingly, the interviews indicated that success is coming through a combination of methods traditionally used in person right alongside some new behaviors that reflect a remote workforce.
“While the pandemic savaged the world, it also opened our eyes to new opportunities. We talked to business leaders and learning professionals to dig into how learning can be at its most effective for a distributed or remote organization, and prepare organizations and their teams for a new world of work” says Gavin McMahon, Chief Content Officer, and Co-Founder at fassforward.
Remote Learning – A “How-To” Guide for Business set out to answer three fundamental questions:
• How will “Remote” change work and learning?
• How will “Learning” change in the context of remote?
• How is “Learning” built differently for remote?
From insights on the tips and tricks of holding the attention of an online audience to the basic fundamentals of making learning stick, the “How-to” Guide is an invaluable resource for anyone who works to improve, inform and grow a company’s most valuable asset, it’s people.
For more information on Remote Learning – A “How-To” Guide for Business, visit https://www.fassforward.com/remote-learning.
fassforward is the “How-to” business transformation company specializing in business storytelling, business leadership, training, and coaching. Fassforward is a woman-owned, small business, and is a 5 time Inc. 5000 Best Places to Work winner.