Insights For Impact: New Learning Transfer Research Key Findings
Businesses globally have grappled to understand how best to increase the performance of their workforce in order to improve productivity, efficiency and engagement. As an industry we have become very good at delivering content to the right person, at the right time, in a multitude of ways. But the problem of learning transfer still exists. It is widely recognised that only around 10%-20% of any new skills and behaviours are applied back in the workplace.
New learning transfer research from Lever – Transfer of Learning and Lentum Ltd surveyed 270 respondents primarily from the UK, US and Australia to understand what’s happening on a global level, right now, with this important and often neglected issue.
This is the first research of it’s kind in recent years to consider learning transfer on a global scale.
Check out our free infographic to find out the KEY HIGHLIGHTS from this brand new learning transfer research! Download the full report here: http://unbouncepages.com/learning-transfer-research-report/
Visual Communication - 35%
Design - 40%
Content/Script - 50%
Usability - 55%
This infographic presents some findings from a recent research study. The piece is divided into sections with associated data, and each point is distinguished by its own background color. Icons throughout help introduce some visuals regarding the subject matter. However, the icon style changes throughout the infographic, and the relationship between icon and content isn't always clear. Additionally, much of the information focuses on data, but without visual emphasis, that data often gets lost. This may be caused by the amount of copy, which is structured into paragraphs rather than brief points, making it harder for readers to find information quickly. Additionally, there's not a lot of context for this infographic, and without any introduction, an unfamiliar viewer might not be able to make sense of the importance of the numbers. Overall, there's a lot of great data here, but this piece could benefit from additional clarity, concision, and visual balance. We'd give this an F.