What gets in the way of a learning culture?


Posted by Julie Hiipakka and David Mallon on January 3, 2019.

Business leaders, think tanks, and HR experts—not to mention all of us at Bersin and Deloitte—have stated time and again that being a learning organization is critical to driving innovation and generating business results. High-performing organizations have what we call a learning culture, which we define in our 2010 study on High-Impact Learning Culture as “the collective set of organizational values, conventions, processes, and practices that influence and encourage both individuals and the collective organization to continuously increase knowledge, competence, and performance.”1 We have since described the leading practices of learning cultures in multiple High-Impact Learning studies2, and have just released Fostering a Learning Culture: Why it Matters Nowresearch findings piece that connects data across these studies to our most recent High-Impact Learning Organization research.

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