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What are the skills that your organisation will need in the future, and how will you develop these in your people? How has the Covid pandemic affected the way you deliver learning and the way learners engage with learning experiences? Have you adapted your learning practices? How do you plan to operate your L&D function in the future? Will you need to adapt learning practices to stay relevant – and how do you help learners to adapt too?
L&D practitioners are facing questions that are much broader than simply the role of technology in learning, reflecting rapid shifts in the nature of our organisations, our employees, and how we work together – whether this is a shift from management to leadership or a desire to be more innovative.
The Agile Learning SIG considered four interrelated elements: New Capabilities and Skills, Learning Culture, Agile Methods in L&D, and New L&D Operating Model. Facilitated by London Business School, participants from 12 major companies had a chance to discuss, explore and share best practice in these areas.
Discover the 2022 “Agile Learning” report conclusions.
'Agile learning' describes the shifts that Learning and development have to make in order to respond to these changes. With the Covid pandemic, this is more relevant now than it has ever been.