Podcast Episode 2. Learning in The Flow of Work

Sep 18, 2018 by Mike Estler

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In our latest podcast episode we discuss the idea of “learning in the flow of work” and listen to an excerpt from a recent video interview Nomadic conducted with Josh Bersin (more on that interview in coming podcasts). Josh shares his ideas on HR in the flow of work, and we take that concept and apply it to learning.

Highlights include:

  • How Slack changed the way companies collaborate and kicked off the “in the flow of work” transformation
  • Josh’s concept of “HR in the flow of work” and what it means for employee engagement
  • How “in the flow of work” should be applied to learning
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