A difficult question. They certainly aren’t mutually inclusive or mutually exclusive but there is no doubt that a culture that embraces learning makes life significantly easier for the learning function, and makes budgets deliver substantially more return on investment.
What should a great learning culture look like?
What business benefits does it bring?
What do I need to do to develop a continuous learning culture?
And crucially, where do I start?
Over 50 organisations participated in TalenTeam’s survey and shared their insights and experiences. As a result, this peer-to-peer opinion exchange brings together the views of practitioners and the experts within our business to help answer these questions.
The responses fall largely into two camps: those who describe their learning culture as “good” and those who describe their culture as “in need of improvement”. The two camps were given slightly different questions to ensure we could gain the tips and experiences from those who were on the right path, along with capturing the hopes and fears of those earlier on in their journey.
Wherever you are on your journey, we hope this report gives you some data to present to colleagues, along with some practical ideas on how you can instil or improve a culture of learning within your own organisation.