Today, when remote working is changing the way companies, are working, hiring, and restructuring, L&D leaders are faced with the challenge of driving learning in a distributed model of working. How can managers manage learning challenges in this new paradigm of working? What will be their major challenges to ensure learning on the job happens for remote workers? It is time for organizations to change the rules of the game with innovative and disruptive L&D strategies. What are these new rules?
As a precursor to People Matters L&D Conference 2018, join this exciting tweet chat where the global leaders come together to deliberate on key priorities for learning amidst a slew of new technologies and changing business models.
Topic: ‘Learning & Development in a changing workforce model’
Questions are given below:
1. What are the key challenges that L&D leaders will face in a distributed world of work?
2. What should be kept in mind while designing learning interventions for a changing workforce model?
3. Amidst a workplace marked by an increasing number of remote workers, how can L&D leaders ensure learning on the job happens for remote employees?
4. How can organizations employ technology to support learning and development of remote employees?
5. Even in this changing workforce model, what is one thing about L&D that will not change?