Integrating the Bigger Picture of Learning

The role Learning & Development (L&D) can play in the organization is changing. There are great opportunities to assist in success than just offering courses.  The time is now for L&D to step up and become an ever-more valuable contributor.

The nature of work is changing.  As things move faster, the ability to execute against known factors is dropping in importance.  The situations being seen in the workplace are increasingly ambiguous, unique, and changing.  What’s needed is an ability to adapt quickly, to innovate continually. This doesn’t come from courses alone.

There are new developments on several fronts in how we think, work, and learn.  Our understanding of our own cognition has advanced, but unfortunately we are not seeing this reflected in workplace practices with sufficiency.  We need to account for these new realizations in our approaches.

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