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Key Measures You Must Adopt for a Sustainable Training Delivery

Infopro Learning

From instructor-led training programs to eLearning sessions and virtual technologies such as augmented reality, various training delivery methods cater to tailored learning needs, job roles, and interests. Employees who lack the desired competency feel demotivated and look for another job opportunity outside the organization.

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Learning On The Job: It's The Culture, Stupid!

eLearning Industry

Today it is crucial to anchor learning where it has the greatest impact: on the job. This requires an agile learning culture and new tools that allow the bringing together of learning and working. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Agile eLearning development (2): Culture

Challenge to Learn

I planned to write this second post on agile eLearning development about the backlog and estimations. But when I was preparing this post I realized that I had to cover something else first; Culture. For me his theory describes the very essence of management but it also applies to an agile approach. But there is more to agile.

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Empower Agility Now In A Diverse, Multigenerational Work Environment


Upskilling for the Future: Driving Agility Across Generations in the Workplace In today’s work environment, upskilling isn’t a not just a buzzword—it’s a strategic imperative. According to Deloitte, L&D must evolve its approach to upskilling in 2024, focusing on accelerating agility and innovation.

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Learning Culture: A framework and ambition for L&D


And the glue that holds everything together might well be the organization’s own Learning Culture. First, the model makes it seem like there is a clear division between three types of unconnected events: on-the-job learning, learning from peers and learning from formal training. . The answer is the organization’s Learning Culture.

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How to Create a Positive Learning Culture Using Learning Agility


When I look at all of these, my takeaway is they all have a vision around enhancing and accelerating learning agility. What is learning agility? Learning agility is the ability to learn, unlearn, relearn and remain flexible on all three afore-mentioned points. How to Create Learning Agility. Conclusion.

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Shifting Your Corporate Training Program from Expense to Investment

Infopro Learning

Today, organizations must consider corporate training as an investment in improving employees’ agility and performance and not merely an expense to deliver training at the point of need. Organizations hire the best talent that perfectly suits their job roles. Embrace a Culture of Self-development.