DELRAY BEACH, FL (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
Study: 70% of U.S.-based organizations that are adapting a relationship-centered learning model reported revenue increases and positive movement in all performance indicators.
Brandon Hall Group, a preeminent research and analyst firm with more than 20 years of delivering Research-Based Solutions that Empower Excellence in Organizations, announces the release of exclusive research on the characteristics and organizational benefits of an emerging adaptive learning model, Relationship Centered Learning.
The research, conducted over the past year by VP/Research Stacey Harris and Senior Learning Analyst David Wentworth, surveyed over 600 organizations and conducted a series of interviews and analysis of hundreds of annual submissions to Brandon Hall Groups Excellence Awards. The awards program draws hundreds of worldwide entries in the categories of Learning and Development, Talent Management, Technology and Sales and Marketing.
The study chronicles a gradual evolution from competency-based, learner-centered models to a relationship-centered model driven by todays more connected, more mobile workforce where the focus is on relationships between learners, their goals, the content and their current environments.
The study found that while the shift to relationship-centered learning is in its early phases in the U.S. and abroad, more than 70% of organizations that had taken steps in this direction reported revenue increases and positive movements in all key performance indicators.
The study identified three key traits of relationship-centered learning organizations: