“Good Enough” in Learning and Development

The nearly poetic tweet by Marcia Conner appeared at the top of my feed with just the title of a linked article: When “Good Enough” is Good Enough. And it was good enough, compelling me to click and read. As I read, I thought about many applications of “good enough” in Learning and Development (L&D), particularly concepts such as minimum viable product, which is a, “strategy used for fast and quantitative market testing of a product or product feature,”1 or, “the product with the highest return on investment versus risk.”2

I also realized the concept of “good enough” had application across seemingly unrelated things like the 70:20:10 framework for workplace learning, the scientific process, and the Pareto Principle (80-20 rule). In fact, these are all related and applicable to L&D in many ways.

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