Survey: Learn More While Working

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<p><strong>Madbury, N.H. &mdash; April 27</strong><br />The amount of learning taken advantage of in organizations is low, based on a new survey.</p><p>When it comes to the amount of learning that individuals take advantage of in their organization, the majority (56 percent) of senior executives and managers say it is low, based on a global survey of 117 senior executives and managers conducted by NFI Research.</p><p>Even though they don&#39;t take advantage of it, half of those executives and managers<br />say the amount of learning that is made available to individuals in their organization is high.</p><p>More than a third of executives and managers say that the amount of learning<br />that workers take advantage of in their organizations is somewhat high, and about a tenth says it is extremely high.</p><p>Although 56 percent of executives and managers say the amount of learning taken<br />advantage of in their organizations is low, about a tenth say it is extremely low.</p><p>&quot;Although the level of learning provided is high in many organizations, the number of individuals taking advantage of these opportunities is lacking,&quot; said Chuck Martin, NFI Research CEO.</p><p>A third (35 percent) of executives and managers say the amount of learning that is made available to individuals in their organizations is somewhat high, although <br />15 percent say it is extremely high.</p><p>&quot;Our business is moving at the speed of light,&quot; one survey respondent said. &quot;Even if training were available, and it is limited at best, we wouldn&#39;t be able to take advantage of it due to the deliverables and deadlines that we are all working toward.&quot;</p><p>There were no great differences in responses between senior executives and managers or between the sizes of the organization.</p><p>NFI Research surveys 2,000 senior executives and managers globally every two eeks. </p><p>It has chronicled the transformation of business and countless workplace issues for more than eight years. &nbsp;</p><p>NFI Research&#39;s membership represents some of the world&#39;s most renowned and innovative companies, including many members from Fortune 100 companies.</p>

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