Building a learning culture in your technology team
Organizations are exploring various ways to keep their technology teams up to date.
In the previous webcast in this series, we covered how to map technology learning goals to business goals. As the demand for agile technology skills continues to spike in a digital-first business world, organizations are exploring various ways to keep their technology teams up to date. According to one study, the shelf life of a skill is only 2.5 years. In this context, creating the right environment is one of the top priorities for businesses today. A key challenge in enabling this culture is integrating personalized learning while enabling knowledge sharing across the company.
This webcast will present key ideas and case studies with practical tips to help your technology team succeed. Here are key insights we will cover:
- How do you create a constructive culture of learning that is based on sharing knowledge?
- What works and what does not in engaging technology teams and developers to learn?
- How do you integrate personalized learning styles to the culture?
- What is the role of senior leaders in enabling new skills?