Double incentives in HRM Asia's Digital Learning research
The world of learning is going digital - is your organisation keeping up?
Are you at the front edge of the transformation in learning and development, driven by technology? Or are you about to fall behind?
Here is your opportunity to find out!
You can get ready for your own digital transformation by participating in HRM Asia's eight-minute Thriving in a World of Digital Learning Survey.
Who should participate?
If your organisation employs more than 100 people in Singapore, and you are in senior leadership, HR, or the learning and development function specifically, your organisation will benefit from participating in this survey.
The Executive Summary report, to be emailed direct to all participants, will help you benchmark your organisation on digital learning in Singapore. The report will include valuable information including:
- Readiness of Learning and Development departments for digital learning learning
- Competency gaps in digital learning
- Key barriers to organisations developing digital learning
- Perceived returns on investments from digital learning
All you have to do to receive a copy of this report is spend eight minutes on the survey.
Win a delegate's pass to Learning and Development Conference 2018
Participants will also go into the draw for a complimentary ticket to HRM Asia's Learning and Development Conference, taking place on July 3 and 4. With the theme of Re-Skilling and Up-Skilling Talent through 21st Century Learning Tools and Strategies, this event will showcase the latest in both digitally-enabled and offline learning strategies for organisations in Asia-Pacific.
The draw will be conducted just after the survey window closes on June 25. It's easy to participate. Just click here.
Total confidentiality and academic rigour
All responses will be sent to Australia to a team of researchers who will analyse the data to draw only the clearest and substantiated insights. The information will be used only for research purposes - the Executive Summary report and HRM Magazine Asia's coverage in the September issue will be data-driven and anonymous.
Thanks for contributing to knowledge in Singapore and we look forward to delivering a comprehensive report into the state of this fast-growing area of HR practice.
Click here to complete the survey.