From a business perspective, it’s critical to grow. That growth drives financial success, innovation, and helps organizations scale in ways that can deliver greater services and products to customers over time. But growth for growth’s sake is rarely a smart strategy. Growth supported by a culture of learning is what will help your company stay relevant over the years. That’s where L&D and effective instructional design comes in. The businesses with the strongest learning and development programs succeed because the entire culture of the company is encouraging of that learning and innovation on the job. When a business does not offer opportunities for learning and development, or worse yet does not allow for the time employees need to invest in those opportunities, it is all but impossible for employees to explore roles and tasks that are outside of their basic job description. It is not enough to offer learning opportunities. Your company must nurture and support the risk-taking and the time required to fully benefit from self-led learning as well.
The Benefits Of A Learning Culture