There are a number of benefits to outsourcing to third-party providers, but do business leaders truly understand the full scope of the holistic risks to their organization when deciding to hire an external provider?
The rapid shift of training to online formats as a result of the pandemic led many organizations to hastily repurpose instructor-led classroom content that was, in many cases, not intended to be delivered via online platforms. Recognizing that something more permanent was needed moving forward, Learning and Development (L & D) teams have begun to reimagine their corporate learning programs to replace these make-shift classes, as well as to more effectively meet the needs of today’s learners.
Sourcing reliable partners who understand your business and consistently provide good talent can be a huge asset to organizations. Now more than ever, companies are choosing to outsource their specialty/niche services so they can optimize their internal resources and get a superior end product in less time and often at less overall cost.