This is a first-of-its-kind, India based research, which quantitatively assesses the state of learning and development.
Developing talent, a mission critical priority for organisations, continues to challenge corporate India - reveals the KPMG in India – NHRDN study, covering 138 leading organisations across sectors. Titled Learning on point, the research indicates that the average Learning Maturity Index (LMI) for the organisations surveyed stands at 71, implying that the need for building a workforce with the right skills and knowledge to stay competitive is only being partially met. In addition to primary survey data, the study also includes qualitative perspectives from leading practitioners and experts.
CXOs are now realising that one of the primary reasons why employees leave is the lack of learning opportunities within the organisation. The presence of a robust learning culture is a huge incentive for people to stay back, especially the millennial population, which sees a direct connection between learning and earning. Jointly led by KPMG in India and NHRDN, this pioneering work delves deep into the Indian corporate learning space, seeking answers to difficult questions. What is ailing the industry? Which factors are working well? This is a first-of-its-kind, India based research, which quantitatively assesses the state of learning and development.
An exclusive interactive digital report is accessible to organisations that participated in the research. Participating organisations also receive a customised summary report of their learning maturity. We will be happy to assess your organisation’s learning maturity. Please write to us at IN-FMLearningSurvey@kpmg.com.
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