Wednesday October 31st, 2018
Managing successfully the organizational Learning processes in the digital age doesn’t mean that it is enough to adopt new learning technologies that looks shiny and seem easy to roll-out, but is so much more. For a learning leader to position strategically herself and the learning function in the organization need to manifest new behaviours, in the same way that all the other business leaders need to change themselves. These new behaviours (based on the Deloitte digital leaders’ behaviours matrix) are about Thinking differently, Acting differently and Reacting differently. This article will explore how these new behaviour would look for the leaders in the learning field, starting with the understanding of the opportunities and risks brought by the new technologies (in any field, not only learning), to the openness to working and facilitate working in ecosystems and even to challenging business and operations to initiate disruption or adaptation strategies.