The idea of the classroom evokes memories of a teacher or lecturer-directed experience in a physical place at a specific time, with the same content delivered to everyone, without regard to the individual requirements of the student. It seems like a quaint concept from the last century. And, for many progressive businesses, it is. Many modern HR professionals are using technology to transform the way learning and development opportunities are offered to employees, replacing traditional practices with innovative, continuous, self-directed approaches that tap into the autonomous and connected realities of our culture.
While learning may be the immediate goal, a substantial byproduct is a more engaged and agile workforce that is adept at responding to change, a necessity for achieving sustainable organizational agility in an increasingly dynamic and complex world.
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