People learn without training. What?! It’s true! Whether at work or at home, we build our knowledge and skills every day to become more effective contributors to our communities. However, traditional workplace L&D tactics remain focused on the small percentage of learning that takes place through structured training experiences. As work becomes more complex and organizations demand increased agility, L&D must adopt a new framework for addressing knowledge and performance challenges.
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