June 28th 2017
Learning – The Foundation for Agility and Sustainable Performance
Success in today’s world requires organisations to be agile: to make timely, effective and sustained changes to stay ahead of the competition in a fast-changing business context. The ability - for both organisations and the people who work in them - to learn fast, innovate and adapt has never been more important. Learning is a critical strategic lever that organisations can deploy to build and sustain a market-leading position. Learning can be a source of competitive advantage and should be high on the business agenda.
The report sets out practical recommendations for deploying learning as a critical strategic lever, and for improving the effectiveness of the Learning function.
- Learning in today’s business environment
- Key trends in the learning market, like mobile learning, gamification of learning and the rise of digital platforms
- The relevance of the learning organisation in today’s context
- Connecting learning activities and strategy with business strategy
- Implications of adult learning theory for designing high quality learning programmes practical recommendations for learning professionals.
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