Learning and Development (L&D) seems to always be 15 to 20 years behind whatever academia has provided in research and practice. So it's the case with learner-centered approaches to learning which seem to be derived from student-centered approaches practiced by school teachers. A learner-centered approach works great in school and academic settings because the teacher takes the time to get to know each kid and cater to their individual needs. Sadly, this it's not the norm in those environments.
Unlearning is a key component of learning. We need to move away from what we already know before adding something new, especially when we need to achieve transformative change.