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21st Century Corporate Learning & Development

Trends and Best Practices

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This eBook is written by the Global Chief Learning Officer at McKinsey. Read his thoughts on the newest practices in corporate learning & development.
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Organizations around the world are experiencing sweeping changes. Mastering current and future realities requires deep learning capabilities. The role of L&D has become more strategic in many organizations as shareholders look increasingly at the role of intangible assets when they value organizations. The L&D function is expected to change significantly and to operate in a more agile and nimble fashion in order to master the faster pace of business. This book features cutting edge L&D practices based on the work and research of Prof. Dr. Nick Van Dam (Global Chief Learning Officer at McKinsey & Co.).

  1.  Introduction 
  2.  Enhance the strategic role of L&D 
  3.  Implement 21st century L&D practices 
  4.  Apply insights from cognitive neuroscience 
  5.  Deploy a full learning & development portfolio 
  6.  Professional learning design 
  7.  Digital learning 

About the Author
Dr.

Dr. Nick H.M. van Dam

PROF. DR. NICK VAN DAM is full professor CORPORATE LEARNING & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT.

Nick has a passion for people development and is excited about helping individuals to reach their full potential. He strongly believes that lifelong learners are more successful professionally and lead happier, more fulfilling lives. Nick is keenly interested in the emerging insights from the fields of positive development including: Psychology, Sociology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Andragogy and Philosophy. These all have enormous potential to transform people development and to lead to the creation of healthy, humanly sustainable organizations. Nick studied Economics, Business Economics and Pedagogy (Vrije Leergangen – Vrije Universiteit van Amsterdam), Organizational Sociology (Universiteit van Amsterdam) and earned his Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D., Human Capital Development).