How an Organization Views Learning is Critical


Some thoughts to add to the discussion between Jane Hart and Will Thalheimer

Learning Finds a Way

If someone within an organization wants to learning something, they will. This person finds a way no matter what is or isn’t made available from L&D or another part of the organization.

If this person keeps hitting a dead end every time they try to challenge themselves, they will leave the organization for better opportunities. 

This is a loss to the organization in many ways and is an organizational wide problem. This doesn’t remove L&D or the organization’s responsibility for nourishing and supporting a learning culture.

Who is Directing the Learning?  

It’s helpful to view workplace learning from the perspective of an employee (i.e., the people within or doing work for an organization)?

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