Re: The alliance of learning and development to knowledge management #learning
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This is very relevant area and I had mentioned about this in one of my earlier mails. Through my KM practices I am realising that KM is disruptive and one of the functions that will be impacted will be the learning and training department as a formal function in organizations. When an organization manages and builds its knowledge proactively, the need of this function will cease to exist. Basically it will become redundant.
Last year when I was promoting a culture of self-learning, I had many instances where I worked closely with the Learning department.
The tools that we came out with to assess knowledge gaps ended up feeding into the training requirements. I realised that most of the traditional function can be automated through tools, when a culture of self-learning kicks in and the rest of the activities can be managed by a generalists.
On Tue, Mar 8, 2016 at 1:25 AM, rkustoff@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote: