You can foster learning agility in your organization by exploring patterns you observe in organizational failures, then brainstorming ways with your team to minimize those patterns that result in barriers to success. Instead of ignoring signs of poor quality or customer service, encourage employees to acknowledge the lack of excellence and huddle with other employees to address issues immediately. This promotes learning from, rather than hiding from, mistakes.
Archive for June, 2015
After researching and working in the area of learning agility for eight years, I believe that this concept will continue to be a key topic of interest for the next decade. Leaders in my client companies are keenly concerned about staying competitive in a global, fast-paced workplace. They need innovate, learning agile employees to ensure this happens. If you want to develop and foster a work environment of learning agility, visit my Blog over the next few days for some concrete approaches to achieve this objective.