In Good Company: Transforming How We Learn at Work

To attract, keep, and develop employees, it’s imperative that organizations evolve workplace learning to meet individuals’ needs. In this age of constant threats to longstanding business models, only companies that have an always-learning, nimble workforce can adapt to change and achieve their growth objectives.

Marianne Koch, associate dean and HR program director at Golden Gate University in San Francisco, shares her insights on how to make learning at work more satisfying for employees and effective for the organization. James Cross, Workday’s director of learning product strategy, explains why traditional learning management systems stifle natural curiosity, and describes what modern workplace learning should look like.

In This Episode
What Is Workplace Learning and Why Is It Important?
Why Some Learning Initiatives Fall Short
Features of a Modern Learning System
Different Learning Styles
Benefits of Video Learning
User-Generated Content for Businesses
Why Organizations Need to Invest in Learning

In Good Company (formerly Work Talk) is a video series that addresses the biggest issues facing your business, with some of the smartest minds in the business. Check out all In Good Company episodes here.