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The mantra of WARP 7 is to bridge the digital and managerial gaps of Italian companies to be more competitive in the market. Companies are made up of people whose profiles grow taller with experience and training.

What does the Survey tell us:

  • training remains strategic for 84% of companies;
  • in the fall, 4 out of 10 will continue with a prevalent delivery in digital;
  • 25% will increase the budget for skills development, such as digitalization and remote work;
  • 16% will temporarily suspend the training budget to dedicate it to other challenges;
  • in 59% of cases, in 2021, a mix of online and offline delivery will be favored.

In the video, the Survey Decoding the Future of Learning: Post Lockdown is by Cegos Italia and not by McKinsey.

TOC (for a quick tea!)

  • The mixed mode turns out to be the preferred one. In-person delivery allows for a higher level of empathy. Online delivery, on the other hand, requires various distinctions: one-to-one and one-to-many, live or not.
  • There will be no going back but efforts will be made to integrate them and promote horizontal learning modes among students or employees.
  • Mix is the new normal. In-person modes are perceived as more valuable, but they are more expensive. Even so, of course, on Zoom, you will never feel like Tom Cruise… and you only understand this if you watch the Digital Tea 😺
  • True, but giants like Facebook and large manufacturing companies with dangerous machinery are investing in training through Oculus and VR to reduce risks.
  • The Ivy College of New Jersey is developing systems that allow for a virtual classroom experience, more mix of this?
  • Digitalization increases efficiency, but it is clear that it becomes more difficult to make a difference… if you know how to do it…
  • Warp 7 is launching, through its channels and in partnership with other structures, a training proposal on gap themes to build lasting competitive advantages.