When the Act of Learning Becomes a Habit
Organisations that can readily adapt and change are the one's that succeed. Those who look beyond using learning for compliance are reaping the benefits.
A featured article in The Australian Financial Review
Researcher Imed Bouchrika, writing on research portal Guide2Research, says training has become an integral part of workforce development, employee performance and organisational competitiveness, noting that “intellectual capital is valued just as much as physical and financial assets”.
“Training and development is most effective when implemented strategically, which involves content development, method of delivery and integration of technology,” Bouchrika writes.
To remain competitive, continuous learning has become imperative in creating and maintaining a sustainable advantage.
Nick Petch, head of learning experience design and strategy at imc Australia, says a “big shift” is needed in organisations’ approach to learning and development.
“For many organisations, the core skills and competencies that drive their organisations have shifted and changed almost overnight. Overcoming these challenges means radically changing the way learning and development occurs,” he says.
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