DevelopIntelligence Researches Challenges Facing Learning and Development Managers
DevelopIntelligence is gathering research from technical learning and development professionals to learn more about industry trends and challenges of managing learning programs for IT teams.
Jan. 13, 2015 - PRLog -- DevelopIntelligence, the award-winning provider of managed technical learning services for software development and engineering organizations, is conducting research to learn more about learning and development (L&D) industry trends and the challenges facing those who manage learning programs for technical teams.
The research will be accumulated through responses to a survey created by DevelopIntelligence. The 2015 IT Learning & Development Professionals Research Survey delves into how L&D professionals manage learning programs for technical teams, challenges they face in meeting the needs of both organizations and employees, and trends they see on the horizon.
“We want to use this feedback to help create a more complete picture of the technical L&D industry,” says Kelby Zorgdrager, CEO and founder of DevelopIntelligence. “The insights of these professionals will show us what support and guidance they need from us in order to attract, retain, and grow their top technical talent.”
The survey is open until January 30, 2015; comprehensive report of the findings will be made available later in the year.
DevelopIntelligence designs, delivers, and manages world-class technical learning programs for software development and engineering organizations looking to attract, retain and grow top technical talent. Managed learning services include training design, development, delivery, and management in the areas of software development, open source technologies, and technology leadership development. Since 2003, we’ve helped over 40,000 engineers across 200 different organizations successfully adopt new technologies by delivering highly-customized, role-based learning solutions. Over 200 different course offerings available, from Java to open source, web development to software engineering.