Some time ago I wrote about barriers to innovation and had some focused discussions, particularly offline, with people who agreed with the sentiment but felt that the status quo of how L&D was set up would slow, limit, and even prevent innovation.
5 years later, we need to ask if there is anything limiting innovation in learning?
Temporally we are in the best time now with a challenge over our role and new technology to drive new practice.
Physically we’ve technology and channels we could only dream of.
Laterally there are examples everywhere of improved and developed practice.
Hierarchically we’re seeing the change from professional bodies.
If it’s not being limited, why does it feel little is changing in learning?