Building Organizational Agility Through Learning

Created in partnership with: Stanton Wortham

Agility Through Learning

What You Will Learn

  • Apply a problem-solving framework to address four aspects of a learning challenge: individual knowledge, individual dispositions, new processes, double-loop processes.
  • Identify approaches to learning and how each approach succeeds or fails depending on the complexity of the context or system involved.
  • Practice listening and questioning skills to create an attitude of openness about the targeted business challenge.

What You Will Do

  • Learntotracerootcausesofsignificantorganizationandleadership failures to the learning deficiencies that contributed to them.
  • Recognize how leaders encourage organizational learning.
  • Understand how to reframe business problems as learning challenges.
  • Discover how to embed new learning and knowledge into your organization’s routines in order to continually strengthen capabilities.

Description

Building Organizational Agility Through Learning will help your team trace learning and capability gaps at the heart of significant business problems. Discover how and why leaders must facilitate organizational learning. You also will understand how to reframe business problems as learning challenges and identify factors that influence how individuals best learn — thereby strengthening your organization’s core capabilities to develop your talent.

In the Learning Sprint, you will:

  • Identify a blind spot or business challenge that requires team or organization learning.
  • Reframe a current business problem to reveal the learning gaps.
  • Conduct interactive dialogues to explore new information in a competitive environment.
  • Practice listening and questioning skills to create an attitude of openness about the targeted business challenge.
  • Define what’s required to support continuous growth as the future becomes more difficult to forecast.
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Expert Faculty

Stanton Wortham

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