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Learning IMPACT Global Survey 2012 Results

Summary Report - May 17, 2012

We want to thank the more than 250 company leaders from 40 countries who shared their thoughts with us. The success of the Silega Learning Impact Global Survey 2012 is directly attributable to the candid participation of leaders around the world.

Figure 1 - Countries with most respondents

Countries with most responders

 

Australia

Belgium

Brazil

Canada

China

Colombia

Germany

Hong Kong

India

Mexico

Netherlands

New Zealand

Poland

Russian Federation

Singapore

Switzerland

Thailand

United Kingdom

United States

Venezuela

 

Figure 2 - Some of the companies that participated in the 2012 survey (in alphabetical order)

 

Alcon
Allianz
Amcor
Aspen Pharma
Coca-Cola
GE
Grunenthal
HSBC
Kimberly-Clark
Merck
Nike
Novartis
PepsiCo
Rhodia

Scotiabank
Sonic Healthcare
Sonoco
Staples
Swisscom
Wal-Mart

 

Figure 3 - What position do you currently hold within your organization?

C-level executive 26.7%

HR/Training decision maker 54.7%

Other 18.6%

Figure 4 - How many employees does your company have in your country?

1- 49 11.6%
50-249 20.9%
249-999 24.4%
1000-5000 25.6%
More than 5000 17.4%


Figure 5 - What are the main priorities related to learning in your organization this year?

Leadership development and succession planning -  68.60%

Manage change and transform culture - 57%

Deliver learning programs for critical skills -  33.70%

Improve quality and speed of processes (projects) - 27.90%

Align employees , increase teamwork -  27.90%

Culture of innovation on all levels -  25.60%

Coaching and mentoring -  23.30%

Customer service - 19.80%

Health and security -  15.10%

Increase financial intelligence of employees - 10.50%


Figure 6 - In relation to 2011, your training spending for 2012 will


Figure 7 - What are the main challenges to improving learning in your organization?

High costs - 40.50%

Lack of interest and support from management team - 28.60%

Other - 27.40%

Low return on investment - 21.40%

Employee reluctance - 16.70%

Figure 8 - Training hours per experienced employee (Global average): 29.6

Figure 9 - Training hours per new employee (Global average): 90.5

Figure 10 - % of employees that are part of a regular and standardized training program (Global average): 41.52%

Figure 11 - Average annual investment per learner (Global average): US$ 5,685

Figure 12 - Average attendance of training sessions (Global average): 75.5%

Figure 13 - % of positions covered from within (Global average): 50.47%

Figure 14 - % of annual retention (Global average): 70.69%

Figure 15 - What % of your training do you outsource? (Global average): 47.50%

Figure 16 - What % of your learning programs are evaluated using some of Kirkpatrick's stages?

 

 

 

 

Figure 17 - Delivery - % of online vs. classroom training

 

Figure 18 - Delivery method - Management training

 

Figure 19 - Delivery method - Soft skills training

Figure 20 - Delivery method - Technical learning

Figure 21 - Priority - Management training

 

Figure 22 - Priority - Soft skills training


 

Figure 23 - Priority - Technical learning

 

 

Figure 24 - How do you distribute your training budget?