In many fields, people used to be able to apply the knowledge they learned in college for the next 20 years on the job. No longer. Now, especially in fields relating to technology and health care, demands are changing every two years and skill sets are becoming obsolete almost as quickly as they are acquired. With technology — and business — evolving at such a rapid-fire rate, companies can no longer treat training and development programs as optional perks but rather must incorporate them into their business strategy for remaining current and competitive. This ExecBlueprint discusses how HR can help foster a learning culture within their organizations.
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