Workflow learning is the practice of learning through and from work. Rather than learning as an add-on or completely separate event, workflow learning holds the workplace experience as the central focus and supports development around that. In this way development moves from generating learning outcomes to creating performance outcomes.
Workflow learning depends on a coupled approach where the sponsorship of the workplace and the engagement of learners are key to success.
How can knowledge acquisition and development build learning into the workflow, and what mindset generates the personal agency for learner success?
Recently DeakinPrime held a fishbowl panel discussion exploring current practice and emerging developments.
The panel included:
Charles Jennings, world leading expert on building and implementing 70:20:10 learning strategies
Mathias Otte, Head of Learning Services, Bupa Australia & New Zealand
Ross Williamson, Manager, People & Culture, VicSuper
Kelly Kajewski, Senior Consultant—Leadership, DeakinPrime and author of internationally recognised white paper, Demystifying 70.20.10