From an Article in Chief Learning Officer
Agile Learning: Thriving in the New Normal
From the article
“Organizational learning agility is an enterprise capability that requires deliberate and systematic design, including essential cultural, structural, process and technology-support elements. Based on studies from TRClark, a research, consulting and training company, there are five primary factors that interact to promote or hinder learning agility within organizations:
1. Intelligence function: The capacity of an organization to survey and interpret its entire business ecosystem, including both internal and external competitive environments. The intelligence function interprets information for the strategy function, which feeds the learning function.
2. Learning mindset: The prevailing assumptions, beliefs and dispositions relating to the way people learn.
3. Leadership behavior: The dominant patterns of leadership within an organization.
4. Organizational support: The processes, systems, structures and other forms of support that organizations provide to help employees in their formal and informal learning and execution activities.
5. Learning technology: The forms of technology employed to enable learning at both individual and organizational levels.”
This article presents a number of important ideas about what organizations need to do to compete.
The article goes on to explain each of the five factors.
What do you think?