The future of learning: Co-creating skills development strategies with employee preferences [Young Rivers]

The future of learning: Co-creating skills development strategies with employee preferences — from chieflearningofficer.com by Stacey Young Rivers The limitations of developing just-in-time learning strategies perpetuate a paradigm where learning and development can appear ineffective for teams that have to move quickly and fail fast. Excerpt: I believe the future of learning will be a […]

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