With budgets continuing to shrink, and the need for skilled employees expanding as the retirement wave swells, the demand for efficient government services only increases. In response, federal management needs to optimize their learning investments by streamlining the mechanics of how they deliver training, and providing training content in a way that increases learner retention and makes it easy to apply knowledge in a real-life setting.
The first step to optimization is exploring learning and training techniques that keep pace in today’s increasingly virtual, high-speed world. Traditional classroom training and computer-based training as standalone solutions are costly, and they lack the flexibility, accessibility and interactivity that new learning approaches offer. Innovative learning solutions cost less, and they also drive employee engagement, which ultimately increases organizational efficiency because the organization is powered by people who are skilled to support the mission.