Agility is defined as an ability to move quickly and easily. When it comes to learning and development, it refers to adapting to the unexpected, uncertain, and uncanny as the future arrives. This means being able to deliver education in inventive ways, as well as shifting content as necessary.
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Have a Learning and Development Team
To whatever extent an organization can, it should have dedicated employees in charge of learning. Often, this falls under the umbrella of Human Resources, and it can be challenging because of all the responsibilities on the department’s shoulders.
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