Articles by Sarah K. Duffy
- 3 Ways to Implement Learning & Development On a Budget
While large companies have the budgets to offer robust learning and development programs, smaller companies can still implement cost-effective L&D strategies to engage employees. Rotational programs, stretch projects, and action learning projects are three affordable options that allow employees to gain new skills and knowledge while solving real business issues: 1. Rotational programs give employees exposure to different roles and departments 2. Stretch projects challenge employees to go beyond their comfort zones 3. Action learning projects assemble cross-functional teams to tackle complex business problems. These types of L&D opportunities can help retain talent and boost employee engagement even on a limited budget.