One of the methods we use is to create topic spotlights. A nicely designed PDF, in our case, highlighting different types of learning available on a specific topic - coaching, project management, influencing, etc. We have also…"
I'm with Tess on this one. In the days before smart phones were truly smart I delivered bite sized learned by delivering PDFs to phones (we were a phone company, so everyone's phones could open a pdf, even then). Does…"
I agree with Paul that you need the context as well. In an ideal world your business would have a target operating model looking at (to use the Ashridge model):
Organization and people
I think the basics probably haven't changed too much. My approach is:
What business outcomes are required
What knowledge/skills/behaviour are needed to achieve the outcomes
What knowledge/skills/behaviour do people have…"
As a lot of the ethos of Agile teams is self-management, I used the more experienced guys in the Agile teams to develop and run short sessions, supported by the L&D team with logistics to take that part of the pain away. The…"
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