Building a Culture of Learning

Friday, September 2, 2016

A workplace in which learning is a valued way of life, knowledge is readily shared, and performance steadily improves—at both the individual and organizational levels—is the vision that drives companies to establish and expand cultures of learning. Organizations in which knowledge is shared constantly and freely are more competitive, agile, and engaged. Yet despite the obvious benefits, only 31 percent of organizations have well-developed learning cultures.

Building a Culture of Learning, the new report from the Association for Talent Development and the Institute for Corporate Productivity, reveals that a robust culture of learning is a hallmark of organizations that consistently produce the best business results. These companies lead the world’s markets in revenue growth, profitability, market share, and customer satisfaction.

This webcast provides key findings from the research and discusses the practices that learning and development leaders at top organizations use to drive cultures of learning.

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