L&D - evolving roles, enhancing skills
This report forms the second part of a CIPD programme of research exploring changing L&D roles and capabilities. It demonstrates that mature practice within the top performing L&D teams leads to significant business benefits. Change is possible, but we need to expand it beyond a minority of organisations and instigate wider movement across the profession. The report explores four key areas to challenge the thinking of the L&D profession – its relationships, roles and responsibilities for the future – and provides a foundation for L&D leaders to drive evidence based change.
Published: April 2015
L&D - new challenges, new approaches
This report forms the first part of the CIPD programme of research exploring changing L&D roles and capabilities. It reviews the context in which L&D professionals operate and highlights where there have been significant changes in recent years, or where changes are expected. It explores how these changes are affecting the organisation, and in turn how L&D needs to adapt and respond.
Published: December 2014