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U.S. spending on learning and development rose an average of 12 percent in 2012 (2013, Bersin by Deloitte). As the pace of innovation accelerates and companies look to expand their operations, employees should acquire more specialized skills and adapt to a workplace that grows more transient, mobile and self-serving.

The Corporate Learning Factbook® 2013: Benchmarks, Trends and Analysis of the U.S. Training Market, available to WhatWorks® members and on sale for non-members, addresses the following trends:

  • How are the roles of L&D staff changing?
  • How much are organizations spending on external products and services?
  • What tools and services are L&D professionals buying to advance their learning strategies?

For the first time, this year’s study breaks out metrics for organizations at different levels of learning and development (L&D) maturity. This is important because the research shows that spending and resource allocations differ markedly, depending on the L&D organization’s focus and effectiveness.

Download our WhatWorks® brief for a sneak peek at other trends addressed in the 2013 report.

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