Performance management often conjures images of a meeting in which a manager delivers an assessment score to the employee who is helpless to change the past. Lists, charts, rubrics and vague summaries of past actions are, sadly, synonymous with this.
The basic principle of overlearning is that if you do anything over and over again, it becomes part of your long-term memory. In the workplace, employees benefit from overlearning, because it makes them more reliable members of the team.
L&D leaders’ hesitation to invest in collaborative innovations that nurture human capital is not only disconnected from the larger trend of corporations’ viewing technology adoption as crucial to the future of their business. It’s also a growing...
Smart companies are paying attention to work-life fulfillment and how to create the best possible employee experience. However, the dialogue usually encompasses things like alternative work hours or taking pets to work.
Organizational learning refers to individuals’ process of creating, retaining and transferring knowledge within an organization or business. To prepare employees to lead and for a company to prosper, organizational learning is a necessity.