There is only one way to stay relevant in today’s dynamic business environment-and that is through learning the new and unlearning the old. The future is uncertain, it’s fast, and it changes rapidly. And to grow under such volatile conditions requires a dedicated effort to learn quickly, implement that learning rapidly, and adapt constantly to be ready for the future.
For businesses that are aiming to stay relevant and power their growth amidst a disruptive future, learning becomes their first line of defense to power the human side of the business. The onus, therefore, lies on L&D leaders to spearhead the organizational future-readiness agenda, create a fast learning ecosystem and ready the human side of the business for the disruptive future. How can learning move from being a mere intervention to a tool to power reinvention? The future of learning is about making an impact. What stops it from doing so? What can enable it? How are organizations preparing this function for the digital age
As a precursor to People Matters L&D Annual Conference 2019, join this exciting tweet chat where global leaders, CEOs, CHROs, and L&D heads come together to deliberate on key priorities for the L&D function to deliver and make an impact amidst a slew of new technologies and changing business models.
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