What Learning in the Flow of Life Means for L&D

A new term has arrived on the digital learning and HR scene – ‘’learning in the flow of life’’ - a concept coined by Deloitte and used to describe the ease by which a person might be able to gain new knowledge or skills during his or her quotidian routine. This is a recurring theme in the workplace as training and L&D has become a top priority for many modern organizations. But what does this new term, “learning in the flow of life,” really mean, and how can it help to achieve continuous learning on the job and throughout our daily lives?

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