While Millennials made it clear mobile learning was a necessity, Gen Z will push your organization to perfect it.
Born after the mid-90’s and raised in the 2000s, Gen Z will soon account for 20% of working adults (by 2020), rounding out a workforce made up of four generations working alongside one another (Baby Boomers, Gen X and Millennials).
Indeed, Millennials made the need for mobile learning clear, Gen Z will be the generation that forces organizations to perfect it. Doing so means a shift in the development of learning programs that considers a mobile-first design accessible to all learners, anywhere, anytime.
Here are 5 learning considerations guaranteed to connect with Gen Z:
- Develop a video content library (and make sure it’s equipped with seamless search functionalities)
- Establish a collaborative learning culture that’s backed by technology
- Always show them why what they’re learning is important (justify the value of all learning content)
- Incorporate self-directed learning and critical thinking into learning programs, especially in a way that leverages technology
- Ensure all of the above strategies are developed with mobile delivery capabilities at top of mind
This presents a new and exciting challenge in the world of corporate learning.
Docebo’s newest whitepaper explores the exciting world of Gen Z and how they’ll impact your learning programs. Download Gen Z is in The Building: Prepare Yourself for a Mobile-First Workforce, for additional insights into developing learning programs that connect with the mobile-first workforce, including:
- Millennials and Gen have less in common than you might think – and how those differences will impact your learning programs
- Connecting with Gen Z means knowing what makes them tick (it might surprise you)
- Why embracing change while building in adaptability to your learning programs is key to success in today’s mobile-first workplace