This blog was co-authored by Joanne Flynn, Jim Bosserman and Debbie Gower. This article brings together perspectives and research from three strategic performance and learning and development professionals.
Part 6 - Learning & Development Series
When an organization is going through change (however initiated), its ability to strategically leverage Learning & Development (L&D) to accelerate the business through the cycle of change can be a key, strategic differentiator.
Employees who feel satisfied and successful are more engaged and perform at a higher level. This final stage of satisfaction and success is rarely achieved automatically without deliberate planning, action and accountability.
Accelerating through the cycle of change can move an organization to peak performance faster.