Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, December 11 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is Is Training Dying?
In this week’s #GuildChat we explore the notion that training, that age old institution for skill building in organizations, has outlived it’s usefulness in an age of instant connection, free flowing volumes of information and electronic performance support (EPSS). If Training is declining as a performance improvement solution what then becomes of the related roles and functions; trainers and learning and development departments?
But wait… maybe training is being impacted and altered by the various forces found in ever changing technology and the world of work and the consumer? Rather than dying, is training transforming to incorporate newer ideas, practices and tools making it’s impact even greater?
Where do you stand?
Join us as always for a fun discussion as the community brings their experience and perspectives on this issue to our fast-paced forum.
Q1. Is training is dying? Why or why not? What are the signs you see? #GuildChat
Q2. If training is dying, is it being killed deliberately or dying of natural causes? Explain. #GuildChat
Q3. Is there a way to prevent training’s death? If so, how? Should we? #GuildChat
Q4. What will be the impact if training ceases to exist? #GuildChat
Q5. Rather than dying is training evolving? How so? #GuildChat
Q6. Some believe training was already just a small part of how we learn. Do you agree or disagree? Why? #GuildChat
Q7. If training’s death is inevitable what does organizational learning look like? What of Learning Professionals? #GuildChat