The coronavirus outbreak is resulting in an ever-increasing list of companies, conferences and other engagements to turn to remote learning. For some organizations that already leverage remote learning, this may not be a significant change. But for others whose rely on face-to-face collaboration, in-person knowledge sharing, or management by proximity, providing learning opportunities virtually may not come naturally.
To be able to thrive , many organizations and their workers need to work and learn in a different way. How can organizations rapidly pivot?
A few methods can help organizations rapidly switch gears to transition to a remote learning environment. This is an opportunity to build critical virtual collaboration capabilities within workforces as many adjust to the “new normal” of virtual work and learning.
|Michael Griffiths is a principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP and leads Deloitte’s Learning & Leadership Consulting practice in North America.
Julie Hiipakka is a vice president and the learning research leader at Bersin™, Deloitte Consulting LLP.
Elam Lantz is a senior consultant in Deloitte’s Learning & Leadership Consulting practice.