Organizational Learning, Change Management, and the Future of Work

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Democratization of Organizational Learning

The Performance Improvement Blog

Organizational learning has, for too long, been owned by consultants and chief training and learning officers. Any effort to learn how to improve leadership, management, team building, communication, planning, or other organizational skills, has started with these external and internal gatekeepers. This has made learning generally inaccessible to the people with the greatest need. . This is why Jim Stilwell and I have created Learning to be Great tm.

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Organizational Learning Engineering

Clark Quinn

Organizational learning processes – across L&D, Executive Development, Leadership Development, and more of the roles in HR and talent management – are largely still rooted in both industrial era models and myths. We see practices that don’t make sense, and we’re not aligned with what we now know about how we think, work, and learn. And this is a problem for organizational success.

Organizational Learning Tools

The Performance Improvement Blog

What are the tools of organizational learning? As I’ve stated in a previous blog post , a high performing organization needs a comprehensive approach to learning and a set of tools to facilitate learning. A training program, or an educational event, or even a CEO’s speech about the importance of learning is not enough. These categories of learners and tools translate into a four by three matrix of learners and learning tools.

Cultural Barriers to Organizational Learning

The Performance Improvement Blog

Some cultures support learning more than others. Some cultures stifle learning by marginalizing the training and development function, by discouraging risk-taking, by not rewarding learning, by not allowing opportunities for informal and social learning, and by undermining performance improvement efforts. It’s not that managers are sitting around discussing how they can prevent learning; this is rarely consciously intentional. All organizations have a culture.

Disruptive Innovation and Organizational Learning

The Performance Improvement Blog

Disruptive innovation has become a very popular notion about competition and organizational change. Rather than trying to predict disruptive innovation or create a department for disruptive innovation, executives and employees need to be continually learning so that they can adapt to change quickly, whether that change is external or internal. For example, they need to learn how to know what’s happening in the marketplace (i.e.,

Organizational Learning: Facts And Figures

eLearning Industry

87% of millennials value in-house development opportunities, and other important things to know before designing your learning plan. Learning And Development Corporate Learning And Development eLearning Design Employee Engagement

Organizational Learning & Improvement Challenges

The Performance Improvement Blog

If you need tools and experts to help you, go to Learning to be Great. Communication Employee Engagement Evaluation Leadership Management Organization Culture Organizational Learning challenges improvement learning performance survey What challenges do you face in your organization? Take this survey to identify the most serious ones, the ones you want to work on now. Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world''s leading questionnaire tool.

Organizational Learning in the Age of Ideas

The Performance Improvement Blog

A culture of command-and-control is a barrier to organizational learning. Without these qualities, an organization can’t learn. Communication Employee Engagement Leadership Learning Culture Management Organization Culture Organizational Learning Age of Ideas Industrial Era Steam EngineMost organizations are “locked in an industrial mindset.”

Organizational Learning in Colleges and Universities

The Performance Improvement Blog

In order to change, colleges and universities must first learn; that is, acquire new organizational knowledge and new organizational skills. They must create an organizational routine of feedback, reflection, and active social learning. They need to learn how to examine what they do, compare that to what needs to be done, reflect on what they have learned from their actions, and make the needed changes in the organization.

How to Achieve an Organizational Learning Goal

The Performance Improvement Blog

You can apply these same principles to organizational learning goals. For individuals, teams, and whole organizations to achieve their learning goals, they need to develop supportive processes and relationships. And it’s not enough to select a method for learning. To apply and sustain that learning, you must also establish processes and relationships that support learning and application of that learning.

10 Principles of Organizational Learning DNA

The Performance Improvement Blog

How do we know if an organization has the “DNA” that predisposes it to organizational learning? Gary Neilson and Jaime Estupinan have been studying and writing about "organizational DNA" for the past 10 years. They explain the term this way: We use the term organizational DNA as a metaphor for the underlying organizational and cultural design factors that define an organization’s personality and determine whether it is strong or weak in executing strategy.

LearnTrends: Reinventing Organizational Learning

Experiencing eLearning

These are my live blogged notes from Jay Cross & Clark Quinn’s LearnTrends session on Reinventing Organizational Learning. Article they wrote for CLO mag: “Become a Chief Meta-Learning Officer&#. If you don’t know the solution & need to network/collaborate to find it, that’s learning. Internet Learning Alliance: They were all working independently, decided to work together and practice what they preach. improve learning process.

Force Field Analysis of Organizational Learning

The Performance Improvement Blog

learning) and the factors that block people from achieving that change. The table below lists forces that commonly drive learning in organizations and the factors that block learning in organizations. Work vs. Learning. The usefulness of this force-field analysis of organizational learning is in stimulating action to add and enhance the factors that drive learning and stimulating action to eliminate and reduce the factors that block learning.

Artificial Intelligence And The Rise Of Personalized Organizational Learning

eLearning Industry

The rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in organizational L&D has seen a steady rise given its range of benefits and ability to provide a truly personalized experience. Emerging Technologies Artificial Intelligence Employee Training Personalized Learning

How To Measure The Quality Of Your Organizational Learning Endeavors

eLearning Industry

Even the best organizations don’t measure the success or lack thereof of their organizational learning endeavors. As a result, there is never a good process in place for how to understand learning as part of a business strategy.

Uberizing Organizational Learning – Thinking Beyond Courses

ID Reflections

We have to think agile, instant, accessible, contextual, micro-sized, real time… We need to uberize organizational learning. Uberization ” has taken off as the new term that according to me has come to stand for – disruption, innovation, lean operating model, harnessing of the affordances of the sharing economy, and a hyper-connected world driven by imagination and creativity where everything is a mobile-click away – including learning. Learning is no exception.

Constructivism 11: Organizational Learning

The E-Learning Curve

This has implications for approaches to organisational learning. Continue Reading → The post Constructivism 11: Organizational Learning appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog. E-Learning Learning Theory Constructivism Eraut formal learning learning styles learning theory non-formal learning organizational development organizational learning Schon

Organizational Learning Is A Social Act

CLO Magazine

We make many assumptions about organizational learning. On the surface we seem to know what organizational learning is: People attend programs or complete e-learning modules, they learn something new and they somehow become better. But this approach doesn’t represent how people in organizations actually learn. Hence we see massive failures across the board in the effectiveness of organizational learning.

Technology-aided learning: Changing the game in Organizational Learning

G-Cube

On October 9 th -10 th , G-Cube attended India’s largest and most prestigious Chief Learning Officers’ Summit , which brought together learning leaders from different industries from all over India and the world. The theme of event was – Organizational Learning: Impacting business, Changing the game. And we believe that the greatest trend that is changing the game, transforming the way people learn in the 21 st century is Technology-aided Learning.

Taming the social learning ‘beast’ for organizational learning

G-Cube

Much of the learning in the workplace is now becoming learner-driven – a perfect setting for social and collaborative learning. With a little structure, social learning can be a huge success for organizational learning. How to drive Social Learning strategy in an organization? Traditionally, most enterprise-wide training and learning initiatives are have a top to bottom flow. Identify your social learning champions.

Organizational Learning in the Gig Economy

The Simple Shift

According to a 2016 article in Quartz that 94% of net job growth in the past decade was in the alternative work category,’ with over 60% being due to the rise of independent contractors, freelancers and contract company workers. If this shift continues to trend up, more organizations will need to alter their long-held beliefs […]. 702010 #702010 #gigeconomy contract Stowe Boyd Swift Trust

Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 1

The E-Learning Curve

Chris Argyris, Professor Emeritus at Harvard Business School, has made significant contributions to the development of organizational learning theory and experiential learning. Any company that aspires to succeed in the tougher business environment.must first resolve a basic dilemma: success in the marketplace increasingly depends on learning, yet most people don’t know how to learn.

6 Barriers to Organizational Learning

WalkMe Training Station

The first article was titled “How ‘Learning Organizations’ Beat Natural Selection” After detailing the importance of a learning culture within a learning organization, I would like to briefly look at several barriers to organizational learning. Yet a setback, or we can even refer to it as failure, are really the major driver of adaptation, or organizational learning itself. Lack of Value for Learning Itself.

Organizational Learning Infrastructure

Clark Quinn

What I realized today was that what I’m really about is improving organizational learning infrastructure. It’s about knowledge and skills how to learn alone and together, using the infrastructure. It’s about identifying competencies in learning through tools and collaboration. It’s at the individual, team, unit, and organizational level. and new meme is: improving organizational learning infrastructure.

Keep Growing Your Organizational Learning Pyramid

CLO Magazine

An Inclusive Learning Growth Pyramid. Some organizations provide myriad opportunities for learning at different levels of the organizational pyramid. An inclusive learning pyramid would help employees at every level to learn the relevant skills and grow to the next level. Careers are no longer narrowly defined by jobs and skills but through experiences and learning agility.”. Onboarding forms the base of the inclusive learning growth pyramid.

Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 2 – Conditions for learning

The E-Learning Curve

As discussed in a previous E-Learning Curve Blog post, Driscoll outlines five conditions for learning (and organizational learning). Continue Reading → The post Teaching Organizational Learning, Part 2 – Conditions for learning appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog. Now read on.

The Future of Organizational Learning event

Clark Quinn

At the upcoming DevLearn conference, Jay Cross and I are holding a pre-conference workshop titled: Be the Future of Organizational Learning: Become a Chief Meta-Learning Officer.

Best practices on measuring the impact of organizational learning

Matrix

Learning measurement is one of those topics that constantly seems to need revisiting. Much of the corporate learning has moved online – even something as personal as one on one coaching is often done via some communication app between individuals situated in different geographical areas. Learning evaluation needs to be simpler. Ultimately, this will lead to a learning culture that is data driven. Read more: 4 Great tips for developing a learning culture.

Essentials of Developing an Organizational Learning Culture

The Performance Improvement Blog

Are employees constantly looking for more opportunities to learn and grow both in your company and in other organizations? Are you not getting the impact on organizational performance that you would like from current training programs? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you would benefit from learning how to create and sustain a learning culture in your organization.

Introducing Moodle Workplace: Moodle HQ’s Latest Solution for Organizational Learning

eThink Education

In last week’s recap of the Learning Technologies 2019 conference in London, we included a few exciting new announcements from both the eThink Team and Moodle HQ, including the launch of Moodle Workplace. How Moodle is Currently Utilized for Organizational Learning. As you may already know, Moodle is the world’s most widely used Learning Management System, with a very high percentage of users in “non-academic” spaces.

After Action Review, From Struggle to Swagger

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Today’s pandemic, covid-19 environment with uncertainty and instability abound, creating, collecting, and sharing organizational knowledge can be a struggle. Organizational learning requires continuous reflection and a willingness to be flexible and agile.

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Innovation in organizational learning

Jay Cross

In this 12-minute closing presentation at Learning Technologies 2009 in London, I describe the global economic cataclysm and learning in the longest-lived culture in the world, the Aborigines of Australia. Learning Technologies 2009. Related: Learning Irregulars.

Why Continued Organizational Learning is Critical to your Performance and Culture

WalkMe Training Station

The first article was “ How ‘Learning Organizations’ Beat Natural Selection” . Organizational learning allows for teams to learn exactly what is relevant to their specific tasks and specialties while other information they do not need is given to the individuals and teams that need it, with some Venn overlap between for cooperation. In other words, how can organizations create a business culture that encourages learning and development?

Training Tracks: Flexible and Efficient Tailored Learning Paths to Meet Unique Career Objectives

BlueVolt

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Isn’t this how organizational learning cultures progress?

Jay Cross

Jane Hart’s post yesterday on The differences between learning in an e-business and learning in a social business got me thinking about the evolution of learning culture in organizations. It’s all to0 easy to mistakenly think of formal learning as the antiquated, primitive way of doing things, something an organization shucks off as it becomes enlightened and gives its people the autonomy to work on their own.

Using Groups to Create Role-Based Learning Experiences

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