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Thursday, July 19, 2018

7 ways to foster a culture of learning in IT | The Enterprisers Project

"Constant learning is an must in IT. Leaders share how they make it a priority for everyone in their organization" reports Carla Rudder, writer and content manager on The Enterprisers Project.

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A passion for learning and limitless curiosity have become sought-after skills in IT talent. That's because companies need people who believe in continuous learning amid increasing digital disruption pressure and ongoing technology change. 

A recent report from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services underscores the value of continuous learning – and what IT leaders can do to make it part of their organization’s culture. “CIOs who are serious about transformation are building a learning culture, and a lot of learning comes from trying things that don’t work out,” the report states.

In light of the report’s findings, we asked IT and business leaders to share the ways they are providing on-the-job learning opportunities and encouraging team members to take advantage of them. Read on for seven ideas to make learning interesting, fun, and a priority for everyone in the organization. 

Additional resources
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Read our new report from HBR Analytic Services: Transformation Masters: The New Rules of CIO Leadership 
Look at the report to learn their secrets for breaking down walls, resetting expectations, and leading in a completely new model. 

Source: The Enterprisers Project