Reflections in Learning
"Roger Schank is a former professor of computer and cognitive sciences at Yale University, Stanford University, and Northwestern University.
As change becomes the new normal in business, the only real way to keep pace with it, is to create an environment where your team values learning and see it as a daily practice, designed specifically to achieve organizational goals as well as their own goals.
As the landscape of the workplace changes and educational institutions lag behind, the ‘need’ for a degree lessens. Our current educational system is designed to prepare people for an industrialized world that existed in the last century. The new workplace is not a production line, routine place
I started my career many long years ago when instructor-led training and job aids were the primary sources of formal learning in the enterprise space. Thus, when you wanted to teach someone something new, you set up a class. When you supported someone doing something on the job, you had a job aid
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I am sure this is stating the obvious, but first, you must have organizational goals! In addition having goals, those goals and objectives need to be specific and measurable. Most large organizations have mastered the skill of setting organizational goals.
With the digital revolution in full swing and accelerating at a rapid pace, employers are struggling to keep their existing employees well versed in their jobs and get new employees up to speed quickly.
I have been reading lately about the changing dynamic in the workplace. There is so much happening and it is happening fast. I believe we could be woefully unprepared for the fallout.
I agree with the premise of the argument that something should be done about student loan debt.