It’s overwhelming at times…shifting career patterns, scalable learning, digital learning platforms and the legacy learning management system (LMS), rapidly evolving employee expectations, regulatory demands. Senior learning leaders are contending with a myriad of disruptors confronting them daily.
Few people would question HR’s role as champion and keeper of learning and development within the organization. Training programs and learning initiatives have traditionally been in HR’s wheelhouse and have focused exclusively on the people within the organization—an arrangement that made sense and was, for the most part, effective. But this familiar view of learning is being shaken as a result of a much broader reshaping of organizations themselves.