Why an Agile Learning Culture is the Key to Business Success
Alex Martinez, Director of Talent & Organizational Development for Pizza Hut International shares insights on how to create a learning culture that positively impacts employee experience, engagement and retention.
For any organization, the future of learning has reached a crossroads. Become agile and innovative or lose. And there’s a lot to be lost: talent, business, and the competitive advantage are just a few. The war for talent is getting more and more perilous. The unemployment rate is down, but there are fewer workers available for the growing number of open jobs.
For the first time in history, the workforce includes four different generations. Each generation has different needs, but all of them share a common desire for learning and development. At the same time company leadership wants the business to remain successful and profitable, a challenge made difficult by the thinning talent ranks. It’s for these reasons learning must be a primary focus for HR. But moreover, the strategy must address the needs of the employee while also creating and ensuring critical business success.
In this session:
- Learn about the critical components that make up an agile learning culture
- What’s the role of L&D and HR in creating an agile organization
- How that learning culture positively impacts the employee experience, engagement and retention