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Five lessons for the future of L&D

Posted on 27 January 2016 by jrobes

Wie kommt man von einem Modell der Weiterbildung, das vor allem auf Präsenztraining und Schulungen aufbaut, zu einer Lernenden Organisation, die das Potenzial des vernetzten Lernens erschließt? Der ernüchternde Status Quo: “Towards Maturity’s latest flagship report, Embracing Change, found that while respondents want to create learning organisations, 55 per cent of all training programmes are still entirely face to face. And the 2015 CIPD L&D Survey reported that social learning, job shadowing and mentoring are expected to become ever-more prevalent in businesses - but L&D departments lack the resources and capabilities to fully realise them.”

Also wurden fünf Experten befragt. Ihre Antworten kreisen vor allem um die neue Rolle und die neuen Aufgaben von Learning & Development. Hier die Stichworte für das laufende Jahr:

- “These days, everyone is a knowledge worker …
- Businesses need to create better humans, not better workers …
- Learners would benefit from a “social mentor” …
- Stop measuring stuff that doesn’t matter …
- Don’t ignore your own development …”

Robert Jeffery, CIPD/ People Management Magazine, 26. Januar 2016

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