Practical ideas to support the application of learning in your workplace

by | May 8, 2013 | Articles

The Towards Maturity Benchmark has identified that top learning companies are finding creative ways to integrate learning into the workflow and this is having an impact on both business agility and results, but how are they doing it?

The Towards Maturity Benchmark has identified that top learning companies are finding creative ways to integrate learning into the workflow and this is having an impact on both business agility and results, but how are they doing it?Laura Overton, MD of Towards Maturity in conversation with Bob Mosher, Chief Learning Evangelist for Ontuitive , explores how learning and development professionals can better support  the application of learning at work.

They uncover practical ways to encourage reflection back in the workplace and how to harness existing performance support systems more effectively.

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With thanks to QA Training who filmed this conversation as part of their Spring Series Event

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