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Sixty-seven percent of Best-in-Class companies are dissatisfied with the quality of new hires after they have worked just 1-3 years for the organization. Today's Best-in-Class companies are 27% more likely than All Others (95% vs. 75%) to be strategizing to improve labor productivity by developing the skills of the existing workforce. Driving this desire is the fact that 80% of Industry Leading organizations consider their inability to develop and train internal talent to meet operational goals to be a top pressure. The Best-in-Class are 72% more likely than All Others (50% vs. 20%) to use a learning management system (LMS) to provide employees with access to training content and resources. The problem is that today's LMS has become little more than a disorganized content repository. Today's learning management systems consist of content that often lacks quality and that fails to drive employees to fulfill long-term organizational and career goals. Industry Leaders are 53% more likely than All Others (40% vs. 26%) to consider their LMS to be disorganized and failing to direct employees to relevant materials for career advancement or training. BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN CONTENT AND EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT April 2017 With 73% of Best-in-Class companies having difficulty developing internal talent to competitively resolve emerging skills gaps, internal learning and employee development are clearly showing cracks in the foundation. In 2017, Industry Leaders and the Best-in-Class alike are finally recognizing that they need to move beyond 'in-the-moment' and siloed content development to focus on how best to train the entire organization.

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