aChapter 41 Managing Learning Like a Business
Howard Prager

In This Chapter

  • Understand the importance of positioning your workplace learning and performance goals to the organizational goals
  • Know how and what to include in your strategy

When thinking about learning and development, we think about learning needs, learning outcomes, and results. But too often we don't think about learning from the standpoint of business needs, business outcomes, and business results. If we want a seat at the table, if we want to be taken seriously, we need to move from thinking learning to thinking business (and those who work for government and associations, ...

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