Category: Learning culture

An exciting autumn for those of us who work with learning

After a different and challenging spring comes a very exciting autumn with greatly better conditions for learning professionals. I have now worked with learning and especially digital learning for over 25 years. My view is that progress has never taken […]

Christmas reading tips

I hope you will 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 […]

Designing work for learning

With exponential technological development and higher demands on 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 the classroom to […]

How to build a strong learning culture

With an accelerating technological development, continuous learning is increasingly important for both employees and organizations. I have previously written about the importance for employees to develop learning skills. To make this happen, we need to build a learning culture. In […]

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 to leverage informal learning

In my last post (“Learning is critical, L&D critical?”) I described how the L&D is at risk of being marginalised. More and more learning takes place at work through experiences, collaboration and curated knowledge and information. The rapid technological development […]

Building a successful learning organization

In my last post, I described WHY it is increasingly important to improve organizational learning. In this article I will explain a little more about HOW it’s done. (Tip! Read my last post “Why we need to upgrade learning now“. […]