Organizations that implement enterprise-wide learning culture initiatives are likely to see improvements in employee engagement, motivation, productivity, and hiring and retention of high-performance employees. Dr. Michael Marquardt, a professor of Human Resource Development and International Affairs at George Washington University, provides a Systems Learning Organization Model with five componenets to make learning the central force in an organization.
In this course, you will understand key learning skills and types of learning that happen in organizations. You will also understand the need for organizations to move from an industrial-age to a learning-age work concept where knowledge is a company’s top asset.
Who Should Attend
- L&D Professionals
- Team Managers
This self-paced e-learning course is based on an exclusive interview with Michael Marquardt, professor of Human Resource Development and International Affairs at George Washington University.
- The five components of the Systems Learning Organization Model
- How a learning organization initiative must involve all stakeholders
- Why an organization focused on learning is in a better position to react to changes
- What is action learning
- Key elements of a learning organization
- Define Learning Organization
- What Is A Learning Organization?
- Five Components Of The System Learning Organization Model
- Element 1 - Learning
- Element 2 - Organization
- Element 3 - People
- Element 4 - Knowledge
- Element 5 - Technology
- Action Learning: Key Elements, Benefits And Measuring Results
- Important Elements Of Action Learning
- Consistent Knowledge Management
- Key Benefits Of Action Learning
- Assessing Results Of Action Learning
- CategoryLearning & Development
- Duration32 min
- CompetenciesSkill DevelopmentSkill Gap Identification
Michael Marquardt Professor - George Washington University