Today’s most successful companies want more than education, experience, and job skills. They want people who know how to learn. As more and more millennials leave the classrooms and enter the workforce, the correlation between how we learn and how we work has never been more significant. The most successful organizations have more in common than profitability and growth.
Today’s leading companies amplify their competitive advantage by building learning communities that continually create and share new knowledge. Those who recognize the bifurcation and establish a new division of learning are able to create the conditions necessary to maximize the innovation, creativity and problem solving from the entire organization.