Does your organization support a specific learning strategy? Do you hold true to a personal one?
Learning Strategy like any strategy can be a big undertaking and it’s formation can look quite different depending on the size of the effort. Today there is debate about the flexibility or even the necessity of strategy in the face of rapidly changing ideas, work forces and technology.
This week we look closer at how organizational and personal strategy develop, who should be involved, and when is it’s time to make a change.
If you have a learning strategy, have been a part of developing one or are simply impacted by them – join us this Friday on #GuildChat!
Q1 Is there a difference between a strategy and a plan? If yes, what is it?
Q2 Why does strategy so often breaks down in the execution stage?
Q3 How do you go about repairing a broken strategy?
Q4 When is it OK to abandon a strategy? What are the signs?
Q5 Many times people try to employ another organization’s strategies and find it falls short. Why? Can it be made to work?
Q6 If your organization has a “learning strategy” is it articulated and known by all? Is this important? Why/why not?
Q7 What is more important – a flexible or a firm learning strategy? Why?
Q8 Do you have a personal learning strategy? If yes, how do you best describe it?
Q9 How do you maintain your personal learning strategy?
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Storify of the chat!