The digital age looks to be as impactful as the Industrial Revolution, warn professionals from the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), and companies that ignore history’s lessons are likely to retread serious missteps. Thus, the BCG team calls for a new “covenant” between employer and employee that centers on mutually beneficial workplace learning. This important, yet sometimes dry primer explains how to create and enact a “learning contract” that will help your business grow while keeping your people employed.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why businesses of the digital age should forge a “learning contract” with their employees and
- What basic components define a learning contract.
About the Authors
Andrew Dyer, Elena Barybkina, C. Patrick Erker and Jeff Sullivan work for the Boston Consulting Group.