Is Learning a Real Profession?

Given the lack of accepted and practiced, industrywide standards and consistency in reporting practices, some would say no.

In learning, speaking the same language is important.

Choose Your Words Carefully

If senior executives aren’t asking learning leaders for business metrics, it’s probably not because they’re disinterested. They may have lost faith in the CLO’s ability to provide them.

By rephrasing and swapping terminology, learning leaders can better convey their successes and connect with their business counterparts in a more meaningful way.

The Learning Function Has Become Invisible

Invisible learning leaders focus more on curation and context, building an always-on learning environment, and becoming experts at embedding learning into work.

The packaging and delivery model has changed.