Category: Learning culture

Christmas reading tips

I hope you have a really relaxing Christmas with family and friends. If you have some time to spare, I would like to recommend some books that I have read this year. These are books that provide insights into the […]

Webinar: Developing a learning culture

How do we get all employees to drive their own learning? Today, only a small part (7 according to LinkedIn) spend sufficient time on learning. How do we get organizations to evaluate learning, collaboration, experimentation and reflection? At this webinaret […]

How we design work for learning

With faster and faster technological development and higher demands on the work, it is time to change how and where we learn. It is no longer efficient to spend a long time on inefficient education. Learning needs to move from […]

6 factors for building a learning organization

Digitalisation requires new skills There is a constant flow of news on the lack of key skills in workplaces. Manpower recently published a report showing that 67% of larger companies have difficulty finding the right expertise. 10 years ago, this […]

How do you encourage your entire organization’s learning

In my last post (“Learning is critical, but is the learning function critical?”) I described how the educational function is at risk of being marginalised. More and more learning takes place at work and through social learning. The rapid development […]

How to raise the level in an effective learning organization

In my last post, I described WHY it is increasingly important to develop learning in our organizations. Today I thought i would explain a little more about HOW it’s done. (Tip! Read my last post “We need to develop future […]