Characteristics that define learning cultures can vary, but talent development leaders described such essential traits as closely aligned business and learning strategies, organizational values that affirm learning’s importance, and an atmosphere in which learning is so ingrained that it simply becomes “a way of life.” In such organizations, agility is more evident and change is not only embraced but exploited, while employees develop growth mindsets and seek out new opportunities to learn and to share knowledge with their colleagues.
While we know you want the best for your organization, studies show that only 31% of organizations have a culture of learning.
Having a culture of learning is a hallmark of high-performance organizations.
- Top companies are almost 5xs more likely than lower performers to have extensive learning cultures.
- High performers are nearly 2xs more apt to say their learning functions help meet organizational business goals.