If you have been paying attention to the learning and development industry, a key conversation that’s happening right now is the debate between centralized and decentralized learning programs. Centralized learning programs are criticized for being slow to react, not targeted enough in terms of providing relevant content, and quickly outdated. Decentralized learning programs are equally criticized as being too fragmented and inconsistent. But learning technology has come a long way. What used to work may not be the best fit for you anymore. In fact, what works best for your company will depend on your specific needs and demands from your learners, but here are a few reasons why you might want to consider letting go and decentralizing your learning.
Why You Should Decentralize Ongoing Learning