Blueprint Overview: Reimagine Learning
Work, the workplace, and the workforce are being reshaped at an unprecedented pace, and as a result, organizations are recognizing the importance of developing the workforce to not just meet current needs but also prepare for the future.
Many organizations’ learning and development (L&D) functions spend the bulk of their time designing and delivering formal, traditional learning interventions and programs such as virtual or in-person training classes and self-paced eLearning courses. This formal and often static approach detaches learning from the work itself and does not align with immediate business goals and priorities.
L&D ranks 5th in importance among 11 HR priorities (McLean & Company, HRSM, 2017-2021; n=4,100), yet organizational leaders are unsatisfied with the performance of their L&D function. This disconnect is endangering L&D’s role in driving organization performance.