Advancements in technology, shifts in customer preferences, ambiguous economic conditions, and intensifying competition have become regular and powerful forces modern organizations need to tackle to stay relevant. Latest market research consistently highlights the need for organizations to invest in their learning capabilities to become more equipped at confronting volatile environments and making the transitions between the different market shifts; this makes a learning organization a strategic imperative rather than a strategic choice. This course provides working knowledge on how to develop a learning organization and manage it once it has been established. It also identifies the critical components that will produce the most effective learning initiatives for existing business needs.
The course uses a mix of tactics to increase management support behind the value of the learning organization. Participants will also work with different exercises and case studies geared toward developing strategies to maximize learning and improve job performance. They will also work with checklists and decision tools to help them solve the challenges of establishing their learning organizations.
Chief executives, division and department heads, senior and middle managers, supervisors and team leaders and professionals who are keen on implementing effective learning strategies that support business needs