Learning strategy

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I’ve been talking to people recently about learning strategy and what it means in the context of their organisations. As part of my prep I went back through my blog to see what I was saying about strategy a few years ago and came across this list from a question I asked in 2015:

What business aims and objectives needed to be factored into developing a different learning offer?

The Essence of Strategy = Andrew Jacobs

The response was mixed:

  • Risk management
  • Accountability
  • Risk – embrace?
  • Embracing ambiguity
  • Create a skilled/knowledgeable organisation
  • Deliver better results
  • Embrace new ways of working
  • Bridge the knowledge gap
  • Increase business performance

Six years later. how many of those same responses would be (or are) in your learning strategy now?

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