If we truly are going to shift the L&D function from a “packaging” role to one that enables, supports and “scaffolds” learning in the flow of daily work we are going to have to make some changes in the way we actually operate. We will need to make some operational changes if we are ever to reach the goal of the Connected L&D Department.
Dan Pontefract has recently published a book entitled, “Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization” where he explores the relationship between the principles of collaboration, participation and open leadership with new ways in which to learn and share.
Perhaps Flat Army, in part, can help you achieve the Connected L&D Department quest. And if such is the case, I’m giving away two free copies of the book.
To qualify, simply use the comment box below and tell me what new tool you think might help your own L&D Department become more connected as a team, and why. If you need some help identifying a tool, take a look at the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 List.
This opportunity closes on Friday 26 April and I’ll announce the winners on Friday 3 May.