Here are posts, articles and news about Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) selected by Jane Hart for the week 18-24 February 2018
From around the Web
Are you lost in leadership Ann Latham, Forbes, 18 February 2018
“Performance management systems provide yet another example of leaders getting lost in leadership. The best way to manage performance is to continuously help everyone improve their ability to contribute. Performance management systems undeniably geared toward establishing raises, documenting failures, and protecting the organization from lawsuits, not toward enhancing performance.”
“Given that companies are spending billions on leadership development you would think that this problem is pretty much solved. Yet 46 percent of business leaders say they do not have the support to lead a changing and diverse workforce, and Millennials especially, do not believe they are being developed as leaders, which doesn’t bode well for the future.”
This is how Generation Z will bypass college Ryan Jenkins, Inc, 20 February 2018
“School originated to train obedient factory workers but hasn’t evolved much since then .. But are these education changes too little too late for Generation Z who has their sights on more innovative and agile education alternatives? ”
People Development: Stop Spending; Start Thinking Gabor Holch, CLO Magazine, 20 February 2018
“At each year-end, managers decide where they will invest funds allocated to elevating employees to their next level of success. Choices are tough: One mistake and you can lose both your bonus and some of next year’s budget. They are made harder by the proliferation of products, methodologies and gimmicks that claim to be “the next revolution” in corporate learning. Under pressure to perform, HR often follows the best marketing. The cycle restarts the following year.”
In the MWL Magazine
10 reasons to modernize workplace training Jane Hart, 20 February 2018
The current training model can no longer keep pace with the speed of business and the continuous nature of change. It is time to give it an overhaul. Here are 10 issues associated with current training approaches and some brief pointers about how they can be addressed.
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