Bringing Learning into the Flow of Work

Since its conception, Learning and Development (L&D) has undergone major changes in the way it delivers content to its learners. From humble beginnings in instructor-led training to eLearning and blended learning in the early 2000s, L&D has continuously changed and evolved alongside technological changes and innovations. While the past is important to learn from and build upon, it is necessary that L&D professionals focus on the present and future of the field.

In recent years, the emergence of learning in the flow of work has become a hot topic in the industry, and for good reason. Employees have become more used to quick, bite-size bits of information, and we are now seeing a general preference toward learning as a part of work as opposed to a break from work. Technology has enabled the implementation of learning in the flow of work, a novel concept that empowers employees to learn as they work and work as they learn.

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