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  1. Resistance is strong from many of those weaned on traditional learning delivery. I was once asked by a senior manager for 21st century training, but when I gave him that he rejected it because there was little classroom training in the proposal. Turns out he wanted more of what he already had.

  2. The methodology picture stays blurry if we do not take into account what parts of the competence we are talking about: At our company “Knowledge” training has a downhill battle with online solutions whereas “Skills” (especially high level skills like leadership) still need an amount of repetition, reflection and discussion. “Attitude” training again is moving fast towards electronical solutions (e.g. video). So, numbers based on a division of K, S and A trainings would be very interesting to see.


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