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The birth of widespread remote work during the 2020 pandemic was perhaps one of the biggest disruptors to Learning and Development. Human beings are social creatures. Learning from each other is as natural as having three meals a day. As face-to-face interaction has significantly decreased, L&D had to step up its game in trying to bridge this gap left by previously office-based employees needing to live and work online. In fact, L&D has to go beyond this to provide learners with a superior learning experience. Find out more in this article by Steve Lowenthal, CEO at Kineo US.

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