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CIPD publishes 2010 Learning and Talent Development survey
According to a new survey from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the major change affecting learning and development in the next five years will be a greater integration between coaching, organisational development (OD) and performance management to drive organisational change.
Almost half (46%) of the learning and development practitioners surveyed forecast this development, with 37% saying there will be a greater responsibility devolved to line managers.
The Learning and Talent Development 2010 survey of over 700 practitioners - launched yesterday at the CIPD annual HRD Conference - found that the most effective learning and development practices currently are in-house development programmes (56%) and coaching by line managers (51%). According to the annual survey, 82% of practitioners use coaching within their organisations, a large growth this year compared to 69% in 2009.
The survey found that e-learning is the practice that has increased the most in the past year, with six in ten (62%) organisations saying they use it more now than in 2009. In-house development programmes are also used more by 58% of organisations, and coaching by line managers is used more by 56%. The survey found that attendance at external conferences, workshops and events has decreased the most, with a quarter (26%) of organisations are using it less.
Dr John McGurk, Learning and Talent Development adviser, CIPD, says: "The results from this year's survey are refreshing and show that learning and development practitioners are ahead of the curve, even during these difficult economic times when budgets continue to be cut.
"The CIPD have argued for a long time that integration between coaching, organisational development (OD) and performance management should be a major focus to really drive sustainable organisational performance and change. The findings also reflect our position that practitioners should work more closely with line managers as they are better able to fine-tune learning and development to specific employee needs.
"The next five years are going to be crucial for learning and development. This year's Learning and Talent Development survey gives us confidence that UK organisations are in a position to really drive sustainable change based on focused learning and development aligned to organisational objectives."
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