L&D professionals like you want learning to mean something, to have an impact on the way your people perform their jobs. To achieve this you need your training and other learning programmes to be designed with learning transfer in mind.
But how do you do this effectively?
You need Learning Workflows. That way you know that learning is operationalised in the day-to-day flow of work in a useful and positive way.
Paul Matthews has written a guide that will
- take you through the design steps to create a learning workflow that is guaranteed to change behaviour, and
- explain how you can deliver this using the People Alchemy Learning Workflow Platform.
Download our new Learning Workflow Design Guide