Rob Clarke, Editor at Learning News, recently interviewed Paul Matthews about a new term in Learning & Development: Learning Workflows.
In recent years L&D has started shifting away from an over-reliance on delivering content and is becoming more involved in changing behaviours and in improving performance. And for this to work L&D finds itself collaborating on and designing programmes of learning-related activities and focusing on how to transfer learning into day-to-day habits and into the job. Enter the term ‘learning workflows’: might learning workflows potentially describe quite well the future nature of L&D’s work?
Listen to or watch the feature interview in full…
> Further reading: If you want to find out more about Learning Workflows, read Paul Matthews’ blog on how to design Learning Workflows