Work is Learning

“Where we all think alike, no-one thinks much at all” Walt Whitman It’s interesting to reflect on the the industrial structures and bureaucratic language now adopted by many corporate ‘L&D’ teams: “Learning solution” “Learning program” “Learning delivery plan” “Learning implementation” “Capability framework” “Learning requirements” “Skills matrices” “Learning deployment activities” “Learning objectives tracking” “Learning measurement framework” This narrative reinforces a view of…

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