The State of Learning and Development 2017 In this on-demand session, Mimeo releases the second annual State of Learning & Development report. Watch now to learn the highlights! What You’ll Learn In this session, Mimeo and InSync Training released the second annual State of Learning and Development report. Watch this on-demand webinar to take a deep dive into some of the highlights, including: 37% of L&D teams are 3 or fewer people 7% of training teams no longer deliver face-to-face training 79% of teams evaluate their training based on participant feedback 49% of teams plan on implementing video and interactive videos in 2017 And more! Watch this webinar now! Our Speakers: Jennifer Hofmann Jennifer Hofmann, a pioneer in the field of virtual classrooms, is the president of InSync Training, LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in the design and delivery of virtual and blended learning. Featured in Forbes Most Powerful Women issue (June 16, 2014) as a New England Women Business Leader, she has led InSync Training to the Inc. 5000 for three years in a row, in addition to being named the 10th Fastest Growing Education Company in the U.S. in 2013 and the 20th Fastest Growing Education Company in 2014. Ann McDonald Ann has over 20 years of experience as a Talent Development leader with a history of consistently improving sales performance and business results through innovative learning and development methods and strategic talent management initiatives. She has a proven track record in providing talent management and learning and development solutions, and in selecting, implementing and leveraging technology to maximize employee engagement and increase learning retention in order to optimize results in sales driven organizations. At Mimeo, Ann is responsible for leading the strategic direction of all training and development programs and his currently in the process of putting the right tools and systems in place to enhance learning opportunities and improve training impact for all levels of employees from new hires through the executive level.