As we shift to a more hybrid way of working, the way we think about learning must shift with us.
As we are increasingly thinking about how to maximise the collaborative and co-operative function of the office, leaders must be intentional in how space, proximity and encounters are designed.
Intentionality is key in ensuring that osmosis-learning in our organisations is designed around a hybrid workstyle. Learning is not tied to a physical location, but rather our ability to connect to, observe, and learn from others – so whether we are working in-person or remotely, leaders must ensure their people can make the most of their connections to learn effectively.
Read the BBC Worklife article Lynda contributed to here to find out more.