We all know that learning is important, but still in many organisations there is no learning culture. So what is keeping them from building learning organisations?
The world is changing faster than ever before. With the fast-paced evolution, companies need to adapt and learn fast. Also innovation is important to help them get ahead or stand out from the crowd. This means improving and learning continuously. We all know that learning is important, but still in many organisations there is no learning culture. Learning is a residual item, something you might do if there is time or if you’re willing to invest your own free time. A learning culture means that there is an environment within companies or teams that fosters or supports continuous learning, sharing knowledge and psychological safety. This will result in many positive outcomes: less mistakes, happier people, improved business outcomes, higher velocity, more collaboration, development of people and enhanced adaptability. Isn’t this what all organisations want? So what is keeping them from building learning organisations? In this keynote Vincent and Huib will dive into learning in organisations. What is a learning organisation? How do you recognize them? What are typical patterns and anit-patterns? How do you create a learning culture and why is that important? Find out what you can do, starting tomorrow, to help build a learning culture, even when you are not a manager.