Competence and learning strategy
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Which organization out there has most awesome competence and learning strategy? Either a combined or two seperate strategies...
I am to build an Academy for Learning in a huge organization where I want to place this academy on solid pillars of competence and learning.
And I wnat to learn from the best - hence you!
So please hit me, dear Rebels.
Thanks for the awesome comment, Henning.
I tend to define learning as either acquisition of skills, knowledge and attitudes, and/or modification of behavior - the latter being my favourite.
But yes, I must also admit that the organization now has a somewhat understanding of learning being training - as you define. But hopefully the two will mix, as I believe both can be beneficial. We need to both exploit and explore to succeed. And it that relation I always try to remember the 70-20-10-rule.
I will definitely have to look into the hbr-article. Thanks!
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