With the pace of innovation and progression of technology, it’s crucial for IT employees to be able to refresh their skills to keep up with a changing market.
There’s been a revival of discussion lately on popular forums, including LinkedIn, about the relevance of learning and development as a business entity within a company. Many L&D professionals lament they have been reduced to “order-taking."
How can L&D enable its company’s leaders to drive this culture of continuous learning and employee performance? How do new technologies and platforms play a key role in this process? How can your company’s learning function become truly agile?
Every organization, regardless of whether it's impacted by Brexit, will undergo some major change at some point in its lifetime. Use the lessons from this British example to learn how L&D can enhance a business' responsiveness and agility.
Having a sound learning and development (L&D) strategy is widely recognized in the training profession as a vital cornerstone to driving business success. Do the individuals at the top of the org chart feel the same way?
You may have some good ideas about what it takes to implement a culture of learning, but what’s your strategy?