Change – life’s only true constant – has guided learning through an evolution from formal training blocks to a merger of working and learning. Today, given the social nature of our lives and environments, learning is guided by the flow of work and other experiences throughout one’s day-to-day – or learning in real-time – to inspire continuous improvement across the entire organization.
Today’s working environments require:
Increase performance by solving human-centric problems to consider learning and working as integral components of the continuous improvement cycle.
Technology and learner-centric methodologies help organizations manage change more effectively compared to formal, traditional learning strategies.
The 70:20:10 framework gives L&D a way to adopt and drive the success of new learning approaches to produce tangible results.