Learning and the Organizational Ecosystem

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, August 14 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is Learning and the Organizational Ecosystem.

In the past, organizational learning meant training, classrooms and courses.  Today however the idea has expanded to include learning in and through our work as well as learning with others. Technology has broken down barriers that once separated people and the work happening across the organization allowing the learning function to impact a far greater area and in different ways than ever before.2015-01-09_11-14-16

Although this capability has been enabled, many in L&D are struggling to understand this performance ecosystem and how best to engage it and in capacities that are foreign to their traditional work in organizations. In this #Guildchat we explore the performance ecosystem concept, it’s needs and the role of L&D can play to enable continuous learning.

 

Perspective questions:

Q1. Ecosystems are often associated with nature. What comes to mind when you think of a natural ecosytem? #GuildChat

Q2. How is an organizational ecosystem similar to / different than an ecosystem in nature? #Guildchat

Q3. Some have said your org already has a learning and performance ecosystem. Do you agree? Why/why not? #Guildchat

Q4. When is a performance ecosystem not the correct approach to take? #GuildChat

Q5.How do you know if you have a healthy learning and performance ecosystem? #Guildchat

Q6. How can you begin adopting an ecosystem-focused approach to learning and performance in your organization? #Guildchat

Q7. What role should L&D play in supporting a learning and performance ecosystem? Which roles should we avoid? #Guildchat

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