Digital learning survey with academic backing
HRM Magazine Asia’s comprehensive survey of digital learning practices in Singapore will be backed by the most rigorous of research standards and analysis.
Set to launch on June 8, the Thriving in a World of Digital Learning Survey will yield valuable information to help Singaporean organisations benchmark where they stand in the fast-expanding world of technology-enabled training and employee development.
The survey was developed over a six-month period, led by Malaysia-based consultancy Elementrix. George Aveling, CEO of Elementrix, says his team has worked tirelessly to ensure the questions and analysis are both robust and validated.
“We have developed it based on two years of experience in digital learning, pilot tested it, and re-worked it, with the help of our research advisor in Australia,” he said.
The data will be sent to an expert research team, led by Professor Keith Houghton, head of RCA, which coaches academics on best practice research methods.
“We look forward to getting robust research results from this survey,” said Paul Howell, editorial director of HRM Asia. “And, more importantly, we look forward to contributing much-needed knowledge to the learning and development industry here in Singapore.”
Look out for the survey, which will be emailed to select HRM Magazine Asia subscribers on June 8. It will take just eight minutes to complete, and every participant will receive a copy of the report’s full executive summary.
The key data and insights will also be published in the September issue of HRM Magazine Asia.