According to Mark Britz, a leading learning strategist, many leaders are stuck in the Industrial Era, thinking learning and development belong to a specific department. In this episode, Mark shares why this needs to change. He reasons that new ways of thinking about organizational design, coupled with the transformation of managers into primary learning leaders, is spurring a new kind of learning environment that results in greater engagement and development for people at work. If you’d like to know how to achieve this in your organization, listen in. I’m sure you’ll learn a thing or two.
About our guest: Mark is the Sr. Manager of Programming at The eLearning Guild & Chief Strategist of ThruWork where he helps businesses increase collaboration and maintain a connected culture. He lives in Syracuse, NY and is an avid runner and cyclist, raising money for several local medical causes. Read his blog at markbritz.com! For more on ThruWork visit thruwork.com and find Mark on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/markbritz and Twitter @britz.
Friction of Logic by Mark Britz;
Good to Great by Jim Collins;
Dave Snowden; and,
Drive by Daniel Pink