Learning organizations are moving from pushing learning to employees to helping workers find answers by leveraging mobile, video on-demand and other forms of just-in-time learning.
The concept of just-in-time learning, where employees look for learning options at the point of need, isn’t new.
Once the strategy has been established, a learning team should meet with individual leaders in departments where pull learning will be used to flesh out what major business challenges.
Deciding when push or pull learning works best is predicated on the idea that push and pull types of learning are mutually exclusive.
Change can be good and bad, but it is constant in today’s global business environment, and leaders know it.
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