Hasn't Uber changed the way we commute?It certainly has, for the better.Can we Uber L&D too?Maybe or maybe not. But, it definitely begets a discussion, given the increasing emphasis of linking L&D to business outcomes.
Last Saturday, our weekly insight emailer quoted Karen Kocher (CLO of Cigna) talking about “The Top L&D Challenge”.And it is.“Staying one step ahead of business”Is L&D able to do so, today?
Is the current approach to L&D static?A year long training calendar, struggling to align with business, market and user needs; and not to mention the ever-shrinking budgets.L&D would need a new approach to think business lest going one step ahead.
Imagine.During the course of the year, 'Trainees' across your organization choose their L&D programs autonomously. Either aligned to business needs or their self-development needs. They complete their programs, progressively towards a goal, all by themselves. Think of this as a health club, where participants choose their diet, their workout and their trainer.L&D just does assessment, analysis and planning.Will this happen? But, with drivers.Do you have the following drivers in place?
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