In an earlier post I began looking at the six stages for developing an effective culture for your L&D department. I covered off vision and values and in this post I’ll look at the remaining stages which are:
The concept of business alignment had been around for some time but is now becoming a hot topic, particularly for L&D. Aligning an L&D department is essential so that not only does the department align to the needs
In a recent post I wrote about how - despite all our efforts - almost 70% of all change initiatives fail. In this post I want to look at why so many change initiatives fail.
Let’s recap According to HBR almost 70% of all change initiatives fail. That’s right – 70%! In addition to HBR, change guru John Kotter also found that about 70% of change initiatives fail. Ken Blanchard joined the gang and also found the same shameful 70% failure rate.
As I said previously whichever way you
As learning and development (L&D) professionals you will have almost certainly come across a range of articles and blogs which asks if you have a ‘learning organisation’ or talks about how you develop one – but few articles exist that will help you develop the right culture for an effecting L&D department and without the right culture in place you’ll never achieve the success you ultimately strive for; that is, until now!
In the first part of a two part post, I’ll take you through