Authored by Kim Maybar
The COVID-19 global pandemic impacted the expectations of how we live, work and learn. As we emerge into a “new normal,” hybrid learning trends developed and implemented during the pandemic will continue to develop and gain acceptance as people become more familiar and comfortable with the usage of these tools.
This article examines the state of hybrid learning from three perspectives: surveys of senior learning leaders from private industry, interviews with executives setting learning and development strategies within corporations, consultants, university-based executive education programs, and current literature on the subject.
The intent of this article is to assist the hybrid learning executive in assessing what is and is not working to help create a path forward.