Learning in-the-flow of work requires practitioners to design and facilitate learning close to the workface, and that requires new thinking and tactics. We can no longer rely on 'the course'. What does this mean for L&D practitioners? And what has been the impact of technology and digitalisation?

In this episode, Andy Lancaster (Head of Learning, CIPD), David James (Chief Learning Officer, Looop Learning) and Kate Graham (Head of Content, Fosway Group) discuss what is meant by 'learning in-the-flow of work', how it differs from performance support, what it means for L&D practitioners, organisations and those who work in them, and why it is important to provide. We also look at what L&D professionals can do to ensure they deliver effective learning in-the-flow of work and the importance of evidence, data and context.

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