Now is the Time for Workplace Learning to Focus on Individual Learnability

L&D has a great opportunity to help organizations create a positive learning experience that will focus more on the individual.

Why should organizations focus more on individual learning?

Because workplace learning is on the second half of the chessboard. In the first half of the chessboard, there was more focus on the organizational view of learning. In the second half, there will be more focus on the individual view.

Workplace Skills are Evolving

As the graph below highlights, most of the tasks performed by employees in the U.S. has shifted to non-routine analytical and interpersonal tasks. You can see the declining needs of routine and non-routine manual tasks as technology is taking more of these tasks.


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