In: Human Resources
Self-directed learning – or learning from experience – is flexible, efficient and cheap. Set up your learning environment to support your employees. Help them learn what they need to learn, when they want, in as many ways as possible. Leverage your employees’s own learning habits so they can work well together.
The Science of Self-Learning
How to Teach Yourself Anything, Learn More in Less Time, and Direct Your Own Education (Learning how to Learn)
Peter Hollins, 2018
When Critical Thinking Isn’t Enough: To Beat Information Overload, We Need to Learn “Critical Ignoring”
Beset by advertisements and noxious information, our attention is increasingly fractured.
The Conversation, 2023
The Power of Not Thinking
How Our Bodies Learn and Why We Should Trust Them
Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., 2022
Learning for a Living
Learning at Work Is Work, and We Need to Make Space for It.
MIT Sloan Management Review, 2019
How to Build a Culture of Continuous Employee Development
Kogan Page, 2019
If you’re not spending 5 hours per week learning, you’re being irresponsible
Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work
Where You Go Is Who You Are
LID Business Media, 2016
Investors Bank’s Dennis Budinich on Kindness in the Workplace
Informal Learning in Organizations
How to Create a Continuous Learning Culture
Kogan Page, 2015