09 June 2022

Choosing learning methods that "fit" your org (Webinar Slides)

Lauren Caddell
Research Analyst
Dani Johnson
Co-Founder & Principal Analyst


  • Slides from 2022 Learning Methods webinar, “Choosing learning methods that “fit” your org”
  • Covers research-backed insights on how to choose the right learning methods for your organization based on 4 things: business need, culture, audience, and resources.

There are a lot of methods to choose from. We know because we focused an entire study on identifying them. The universe of methods available is helpful, but it can also be overwhelming. This research is aimed directly at that problem. We found 4 considerations L&D can use to pick the right methods for their org. These 4 considerations are asking how well a method fits to:

  • A business need
  • The culture
  • The audience
  • The available resources

In this session, Dani Johnson explores these 4 considerations and presented RedThread’s latest research on learning methods. Participants:

  • Explored how those 4 considerations inform choosing fit-for-org learning methods
  • Learned about how those in high learning cultures choose methods (including what constitutes a high learning culture).

Lauren Caddell
Research Analyst at

Lauren is a research analyst at RedThread Research. She has experience in various HR roles where she’s contributed to onboarding, performance management, and employee engagement initiatives. She's passionate about using the intersection of data and storytelling to help make organizations better. She holds an MS in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Baker College and a BS in International Business from Northeastern University.

Dani Johnson

Dani is Co-founder and Principal Analyst for RedThread Research. She has spent the majority of her career writing about, conducting research in, and consulting on human capital practices and technology. Her ideas can be found in publications such as Wall Street Journal, CLO Magazine, HR Magazine, and Employment Relations. Dani holds an MBA and an MS and BS in Mechanical Engineering from BYU.


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