The Shift from Efficiency to Learning Means an Opportunity for L&D

How fast you adapt is increasingly becoming more important than how efficient you are. Most organizations are set up from a time when they sought “the one best way and trained accordingly”.

We are shifting to a time when most of the work people are performing is non-routine (all job growth since 2001 has been in non-routine work).

For this type of work, there is no “one best way” to figure out so that you can train people to perform these tasks.

If there is “one best way”, it’s being performed by smart machines.

Organizations are moving from scalable efficiencies to scalable learning to thrive.

Employee learning is becoming more important than employee efficiency.

So, where does that leave Learning & Development?

A huge opportunity.

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