February 6th 2013

How People Learn – Implications for Organisations

Within his most recent article, CRF Associate, Andrew Lambert, sets out some of the important learning-led issues that should be on an organisation's agenda in order to be fit for the future.

Learning ability is a vital ingredient in organisational effectiveness - particularly how an organisation improves, innovates and rectifies any shortcomings. An organisation that doesn’t learn well will suffer operationally, reputationally and financially, will be unattractive to both customers and employees, and may become subject to regulatory action. Within his most recent article, CRF Associate Andrew Lambert sets out some of the important learning-led issues that should be on an organisation's agenda in order to be fit for the future.

Learning ability-related topics covered in this article include:
• The importance of learning
• How good is your organisation at enabling people to learn effectively?
• Understanding learning and turning it into practice
• Technology-related learning ability – revolution or evolution at work?
• Focusing the learning agenda for your organisational needs

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