Learning & Development:

an Indian IT perspective

In early 2016, Pluralsight formed E-LEARN (E-learning Advisory Research Network) an advisory council of business, HR and Learning & Development leaders across the Indian IT industry. The goal was to define the state of the union when it comes to technology learning and defining a way forward.

We recruited a pan-India research panel of practitioners from Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram, Pune, Gurgaon and Mumbai, among others, covering Indian-owned and MNC IT companies, as well as large, mid-sized and small companies to give us variety and holistic perspectives.

In E-LEARN’s first industry report, we uncover answers to the following:

  • What is the #1 skills challenge being faced by the Indian IT industry?
  • How critical Learning & Development is for the Indian IT industry?
  • How does the industry apportion spending on a basket of technical skills, balancing old and new technologies?
  • How does the industry view online learning vs. instructor-led training?

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