Learning is a process, not an event—and that process is rarely linear. You can support learning’s recurring nature and strengthen its outcomes by connecting content with practice and validation, creating a virtuous cycle that benefits both your learning business and your learners.
In this guide, Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele explore how to create this virtuous cycle and how to build a strong and broad foundation using the four stages of the Learning Business Maturity Model.
How to create effective practice opportunities
Why you need to look beyond competencies and consider outcomes when creating credentials
How to use the Learning Business Maturity Model to act on the opportunity for your organization