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Businesses spend an estimated $370B annually on learning and development.
Employees forget up to 75% of the material taught, meaning up to $277B of that investment is wasted1,2. It’s no wonder that 70% of organisational transformations fail3.
To transform organisations, we have to transform the individuals who make up the organisation. If we can’t nail the latter, we have no hope in achieving the former.
Given how much we know about the science of change, why do organisations invest repeatedly in learning and development programs that don’t work?