Justifying Learning @ the Point of Work

A recent post “Evolving Training Into the Perfect Hole” brought a comment to me that I could really identify with as being a key challenge – justification for seriously considering learning @ the point of work. I find it stunning that the concept of learning @ the point of work is such a hard sell, especially when you consider that opportunities to learn and moments of potential failure happen at the same time…and very often in the same place - @ the point of work. Better training…or more training…have little-to-nothing…

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Learning Brokers Force Training to the Edge

Moving the workforce into a state of readiness holds profound implications of producing performance and tangible outcomes that consistently contribute to sustained capability in any organization. It goes without saying that readiness is a desired state for the entirety of the organization’s workforce despite the diversity of work unit contributions. The one business unit in particular that carries mission-critical responsibility to be in a state of readiness is the Training organization. Their mission, if they do it well, should carry the responsibility to enable every other business unit’s workforce contribution…

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