At October’s monthly Modern Learning dialogue, based on popular vote via a LinkedIn poll, we dove deep into the topic of learning in the flow of work. In practice, as we start to implement any new concept, we often find ourselves asking, “How will this change be  possible in my organization?” In order to answer this question, it’s best to break it down into several more specific and digestible questions. Our community participants started this conversation and provide some fantastic insight into taking on the process of initiating learning in the flow of work. So, let’s start to break down the HOW?

Question #1 How Do You Address Every Learners Needs

Once we’ve decided to move forward with Learning Cluster Design or other ideas that move away from a one size fits all method, we often feel the need to cater to each and every individual learner – going from zero personalization to a hundred overnight. However, there are many variables in play and learners’ needs can be very different from one another. Watch the video below to hear our community leaders discuss how to best cater to your learners and how to set realistic goals for learning growth.


Questions #2How Do You Get Leaders to Onboard with Learning in the Flow of Work

There may come a time when you will need to challenge the direction you receive from leadership to set new, modern expectations for learner and business impact . They might still be asking you for one and done training, when all you want is to deliver something more and better – Learning Clusters. In the next video, our community leaders discuss what information you need to best equip yourself for these conversations.


Questions #3 How do you get learners to use flow of work assets

Now you’re in the right mindset and you have the necessary buy in from your key stakeholders, and it’s time for implementation. In the video below, our community leaders discuss how to best encourage learners to embrace and utilize flow of work assets.


What other HOW? questions are you seeking to answer? Join the conversation on LinkedIn