Too many learning and development teams think of learning culture as offering formal training, creating content, and measuring completions. But this dated way of operating is holding companies back from innovation and agility. The world of work is changing quickly, and L&D teams can’t be expected to stay on the cutting edge of every discipline.
Instead of creating more content, L&D teams need to shift focus onto creating the conditions for continuous learning.
Explore Degreed’s guide How The Workforce Learns and learn the 15 things all positive learning cultures have in common — and what you can steal from them.