Learning Agility

Last week’s topic of #PKMchat was agile learning. This relatively new buzzword has captured L&D professionals’ attention, as learning agility has become increasingly important for the growth and success of organizations. Companies are bound to go through transitions to keep up with this growingly competitive world. So, the need for individuals to alter their mindset is essential; as I believe learning agility is a mindset not a skill. That is why I tend to think it makes it more difficult to make individuals be agile learners. I say this, because I’ve had ample discussions with colleagues who believe as long as they make ends meet and can pay their bills by having a secure job, there is nothing more they should do. Similarly, managers who believe that change can be chaotic and employees might resist, hence this might jeopardize their position. So the question is, “how do we make individuals change their mindset, readily accept change and innovation, and move away from their comfort zone and their routines?” I’ll share my personal views in the end.

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