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6 Things Today's Learning Managers Should Do

In the past few decades, the world has changed in such radical ways that it’s barely recognizable. Meanwhile, certain elements in the world of training and development have been set in their ways to the detriment of businesses and the employees within them. From the Industrial Revolution until the end of the Second World War1 staff training focused on upskilling workers in the midst of rapid social and economic upheaval. Through the later part of the 20th century2, the Learning and Development industry focused on dealing with the challenges of high unemployment and increasing globalization. Since 19903, the birth of ...