Making Learning Work

When we think about helping people to do their jobs well, it seems natural to start with the premise that learning is necessary and should always come first.

After all, we have traveled this road from our childhood.

Most of us attended school from an early age. The objective of schooling of all kinds is to help children gain knowledge and skills, and to develop behaviors that will allow us to navigate our way in life. Schooling does this through structured curricula and a series of ‘gates’ or tests.

 

Curated from elearningindustry.com

In this article Charles Jennings describes the mindset shift required to move from ‘learning then work’ to ‘learning from work’. A fundamental shift for corporate learning.

   

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