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Making Learning a Part of Everyday Work

Language: EN

Posted by kaido vestberg

Learning in the flow of work is a new idea: it recognizes that for learning to really happen, it must fit around and align itself to working days and working lives. Rather than think of corporate learning as a destination, it’s now becoming something that comes to us. 

Through good design thinking and cutting-edge technology, we can build solutions and experiences that make learning almost invisible in our jobs. One could argue that Google and YouTube are two of the earliest “learning in the flow” platforms, which we now take for granted.

How can we use the flow of work to drive learning? Authors first look at this from the perspective of the individual (bottom-up) and then from the perspective of the corporate (top-down).

Resource Author(s): 
Josh BersinMarc
Zao-Sanders
Publication Date:
Tuesday, 19 February, 2019
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