Here are posts, articles and news about Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) selected by Jane Hart for the week 2-8 December 2018.
From around the Web
Reskilling future workers: who’s responsible? Nick Eason, Raconteur, 4 December 2018
“So who’s responsible for the skills reboot? Government, individuals, industry and businesses all must play a part in a successful transition into new, yet to be developed, jobs. Our workplace ecosystem will also need to pull together to make employment function properly in the rapidly digitalised global economy.”
To survive a digital future guide, guide employees to own their own learning Riia O’Donnell, HR Dive, 4 December 2018
“The market will leave behind those who think continuous learning is an option rather than a necessity. For businesses that don’t stress the need for upskilling, and employees who don’t heed that warning, current projections show that almost every type of job could be replaced by the digital revolution. Getting employees to take ownership of their own learning and growth is critical to future-proof them and their employers.”
Modern Workplace Learning 2019:
A Framework for Continuous Improvement, Learning & Development
Modern Workplace Learning 2019 aggregates and updates content from previous MWL books with an added focus on continuous improvement, learning and development. MWL2019 has been produced by Jane Hart, Director of the Centre for Modern Workplace Learning.
The first chapter of the web version is FREE. You can purchase access to the other chapters of the web version (below) and the preview PDF. This version will be continuously updated during 2019. A paperback version will become available early in the New Year.
Next MWL Workshop
Online Workshop runs 14 January – 23 February 2019
Continuous learning and development in the workplace doesn’t mean providing continuous training. Whilst it is up to everyone to become a lifelong learner and keep up to date with what’s happening in their industry or profession to remain employable, it’s also up to L&D departments to help individuals become continuous learners. In this 6-week workshop we will look at how you can help and support individuals to become independent continuous learners and provide continuous learning opportunities..
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