If I'm positing that L&D should be leading innovation, aka informal learning, we need to look at the necessary elements from an evidence-based perspective. That includes practices, but it also includes the beliefs and attitudes towards learning. So one of the important steps is having a good definition and way to assess status. That's what … Continue reading Creating an Innovation Organization
If Learning & Development is to be the standard carrier for informal learning, as I argued in my last post, there has to be a start. The opportunity, of course, is to be contributing more strategically to the organization. And I’ve previously made the case for where L&D revolutionaries should start. However, it’s worth revisiting … Continue reading Where to start innovating?