The way we work has changed. With jobs and skills changing so quickly, we don’t always have the time to create structured formal training programs to support and develop our employees.
Technology tools and network connections enable us to find and access information and resources with the tap of a few keys—provided the useful resources and information are there. Today’s learning professionals need to have a mind to creating an environment in which resources, support and performance tools can be available IN the workflow as people need them.
At the same time, the learning programs we do create need to be more agile and sustained over time to truly support behavior change. With a mind to continuous learning, let’s start thinking about creating learning campaigns instead of training events.
Let’s explore these concepts, get you caught up on the terminology, and take a look at what other organizations are doing to implement collaborative tools, create learning campaigns and embed support where it’s needed.