Summary of High-Impact Learning Culture
The 40 Best Practices for Creating an Empowered Enterprise
To make your firm a market leader, integrate learning into your organizational culture. Here are 40 ways to lead your culture.
David Mallon, principal analyst for Bersin & Associates, develops major industry studies on core learning and development issues. This comprehensive report covers the crucial importance of an organizational learning culture and explains 40 best practices and seven strategies firms can use to permeate their operations with learning. Bersin’s extensive library of research on corporate learning and talent management provides executives, learning officers and human resources professionals with many reports like this one. getAbstract recommends this data-driven report, with its specific, practical “actionable solutions” to HR and learning-and-development managers, and to CEOs and other executives who know performance and learning are flip sides of one coin.
In this summary, you will learn
- How an organizational learning culture benefits your business
- How to use 40 best practices and seven strategies to execute and sustain a learning culture
About the Author
David Mallon is a principal analyst for Bersin & Associates, a research and consulting firm, in Oakland, California. Mallon is a frequent presenter at ASTD and eLearning Guild events.
Comment on this summary
4 years ago“A culture of learning and a culture of high performance are significantly linked.”
5 years agoDear customers,
Please note that the hard copy of "High-Impact Learning Culture" is not available to buy on Amazon.com or Barnesandnoble.com, but you can purchase it as a PDF or a book at this link: http://www.bersin.com/Store/Details.aspx?docid=103312171.
Editor at getAbstract
5 years agoHi Deirdre,
I'm interested in purchasing the PDF or book. However, I'm having challenges with Bersin's website/links. I've left a message with some to help me. Hopefully, I will hear from someone soon. Thank you.
5 years agoDear John,
Thanks for your question. As far as I can see, Bersin's website works pretty similar to Amazon. If you copy and paste the link above into your address bar, it will lead you to the page where you can buy the PDF ($795) or a hardcopy of the book ($895). Click on your selected preference, then click on Add to Cart. A pop-up will appear asking you if you want to Proceed to Checkout or Continue Shopping. To pay for your selection, click Proceed to Checkout. Then, like Amazon, you should be asked to fill out some forms - name, address, credit card details, and so on.
I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.
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