L&D Is Stuck… And Here’s What We Need To Do About It

It’s a well trodden path…

A new L&D function is born – or a new custodian arrives into an existing function – and a review is undertaken of ‘what learning is required’.

Induction is developed. Courses are created. Programmes are designed. And a suite of e-learning is bought in. There we have it, the core L&D provision is introduced. Where nothing – or perhaps very little – sat before, now there is an abundance of ‘learning’.

L&D often begin with programmes to serve the ‘core learning needs’ (which is represented in the diagram below), working their way outwards, perhaps eventually reaching the outer ring of L&D Leadership. The problem they solve is: We don’t have provision for X (induction, communication, time management, managers, etc.)

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