Is Your L&D Team Maxed Out? It Might be Time for Outside Expertise

The number-one challenge companies say they face when trying to develop the skills the business will need in the future is that they do not have the people, time, or resources to do it. This is not anything new. L&D teams have always needed to do more with less. In a post-pandemic world, however, the business is asking even more from their L&D teams, and there are fewer resources than in previous cycles.

The fact that many analysts are predicting a recession in the near future only exacerbates the problem. If the L&D team can only do so much, what is the solution? For many organizations, it is to find a partner that can manage some or all of the day-to-day processes so learning leaders can be more strategic and successful. 

Brandon Hall Group Smartchoice® Bronze Preferred Provider DelphianLogic offers their Managed Learning Services (MLS), where they take on responsibility for some of the smaller, more transactional aspects of L&D so the internal team can focus more on the learning strategy. Their goal is to fit perfectly within whatever environment or infrastructure their client partners have, providing just the right amount of support. They essentially become an extension of their clients’ teams.

DelphianLogic’s modular, scalable approach gives its clients flexibility to meet the organization’s challenges as they ebb and flow, providing more help when needed, and less when not. They do this through granular microservices and optimized process flows. The DelphianLogic team comes with industry-standard skills and best practices already in place, so there is almost no ramp-up needed.

Whether your organization needs help building content, updating old content, managing learning technology, or even developing a strategy, DelphianLogic’s Managed Learning Services can meet the need. L&D teams need a broader, more complex set of skills to meet the needs of today’s businesses and it can be difficult and costly to hire for these skills, even if there was room in the budget. Managed Learning Services can be a more cost-effective solution for many L&D teams to meet the challenges of an increasingly complex business environment.

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