Are you stuck in the Industrial Era with your learning and development practices? Do you think this is something best managed by a department within your organization? According to Mark Britz, a leading learning strategist, both are frustratingly common. However, he’s optimistic about the future of learning and what this means for people and organizations.

In this People at Work episode, Mark reasons that changes in organizational design, coupled with the transformation of managers into primary learning leaders, is spurring a new kind of learning environment. Here, everyone is learning all the time, without the need for designated departments or structured curriculum. When this happens, creativity is unleashed, psychological safety reigns supreme, and people are engaged and emotionally connected.

If you’d like to know how to achieve this in your organization, listen in. I’m sure you’ll learn a thing or two.

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