9 Minute Survey on Learning Trends & Shifts: Open Study by Elliott Masie’s Learning CONSORTIUM

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Learning professionals and corporate colleagues are invited to participate in a 9 minute open survey on how Workplace Learning is trending and shifting.

The Masie Center

Each year, we map changes in how organizations are assisting the learning and performance of their employees. This is a no-charge anonymous survey that will track shifts...in organizations with an aggregate employee population of over 20 million workers.

Learning professionals and corporate colleagues are invited to participate in a 9 minute open survey on how Workplace Learning is trending and shifting.

Sponsored by Elliott Masie, Chair of The Learning CONSORTIUM, this annual survey provides a snapshot of how workers are learning and being trained – through webinars, eLearning, classes, online video, On-The-Job Learning and even MOOCs (Massive, Open, Online Courses).

Learning colleagues are invited to go to the online survey at:

http://www.masie.com/2014pulsesurvey

“Each year, we map changes in how organizations are assisting the learning and performance of their employees. This is a no-charge anonymous survey that will track shifts in learning approaches in organizations with an aggregate employee population of over 20 million workers,” said Elliott Masie.

Results will be published on The MASIE Center website in the next three weeks.

To participate in the Learning Trends & Shifts survey, go to: http://www.masie.com/2014pulsesurvey.

Elliott Masie heads The MASIE Center, a Saratoga Springs, NY think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce.

He leads the Learning CONSORTIUM, a coalition of 240 global organizations cooperating on the evolution of learning strategies, including CNN, Wal-Mart, American Express, Farmers Insurance, Emirates Airline, Starbucks, General Electric and Fidelity Investments.

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