March 11th 2019

Speed Read: Learning – The Foundation for Agility and Sustainable Performance

Globalisation, emerging technology and changing customer needs and expectations mean organisations must build the capability to sense and respond quickly to changes in their markets. Learning can play a key role in helping businesses survive and thrive in this environment. This Speed Read focuses on the following topics:

  • the purpose of learning in today's context
  • a new model for learning and CRF's Learning Matrix
  • key trends in the learning market
  • achieving alignment between the overall business strategy and learning strategy
  • adult learning theory
  • capabilities required by learning professionals today.

This Speed Reads summarises the key messages and learnings from our research report, Learning - The Foundation for Agility and Sustainable Performance. The full report can be accessed here.

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