Big 4 Virtual Learning Constraints and How To Conquer Them
The pandemic has shifted how the world does business and experts predict that many of these changes may outlast the virus.
According to McKinsey, roughly one-half of in-person learning programs scheduled for the first half of 2020 were postponed or canceled. In addition, 57% of U.S. workers have participated in remote training. With the switch to remote, organizations across the country have directed their attention to developing and improving their online learning tools.
Success in online learning comes from recognizing its challenges and strategizing how to overcome them. The transition from in-person to best-in-class virtual learning requires more than just picking a platform and transitioning the content. The change comes with a variety of constraints, including the four outlined in the infographic below.