In the last 18 months the world of work has changed and it is not clear to what extent things will return to the way they were before, in particular whether remote working will become the new normal for organisations, but it has certainly speeded up digitisation out of sheer necessity. In 2021 businesses expect around 40-50% of staff to return to the office, so it is likely that remote training will still need to take place. However, it does provide organisations with a great opportunity to re-think their whole approach to learning and development, and for L&D teams their role in the organisation – in particular how organisations can build and sustain a continuous learning culture.
In this first section we will consider how people are learning today and what this tells us about how can offer a a new approach to learning at work – that I call Modern Workplace Learning – what this means in practice.
- The 4 D’s of Learning
- How much do you learn from the 4 D’s of Learning?
- How frequently do you learn from the 4 D’s of Learning?
- What are the most valued ways of learning at work?
- The need for a new approach to workplace learning
- New roles and responsibilities
- MWL in practice