Month: January 2021

20 Questions to help define a new organisational learning strategy

What is the impact of successfully delivering your L&D strategy (and not) for the success of your organisation? How does your organisation uniquely create value in its chosen market? Is ‘learning’ seen as a strategic driver in the business? What is the new level of performance needed in the organisation – and why? How could …

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10 ways to assess your current organisational learning strategy:

Proportion of investment in learning with the goal of process deployment and standardisation?versus Proportion of investment in learning with the goal of increasing individual and team autonomy? Proportion of investment in “just to stand still” capabilities? Proportion of investment in genuinely new capabilities for the organisation? Proportion of investment in unique capabilities that will differentiate …

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20 reasons why businesses should rethink their approach to organisational learning

Business and work have changed. The role and priorities for workplace learning need to reflect and accelerate these shifts. Businesses struggle with change and adaptability – learning is the best enabler and accelerator for these. Most corporate L&D investments are focused on making things stay the same. This is a huge risk to growth. Most …

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