The Learning & Development Revolution We Need to Have
Speaker: Clark Quinn
Learning & Development (L&D) is charged with supporting an organization's success, and increasingly, that success is due not only to optimal execution, but continual innovation L&D is not doing all it can and should be doing and, worse, what it is doing it is doing badly. Most of what we see in training isn't aligned with how we actually learn, and we're not looking at other, often more effective, ways of supporting organizational performance and innovation. In fact, L&D has not caught up with what we now know about how we think, learn, and work, and is operating on industrial principles in an information age. In this session we will review the problems, the new elements that need to be covered, what it would like if we were doing it right, and the steps to get there. L&D needs a revolution that shifts the focus to performance and innovation, creating a strategy appropriate to an information economy. Come see the future!