The ability to rapidly learn, unlearn and relearn based on new and changing situations has never been more vital to business continuity. Workers are finding themselves in situations where there is limited expertise and no one to guide them with the ‘right’ answers. Learning agility is needed to enable them to be flexible, question biases and shift their mindsets. More than just learning new skills, learning agility is developing a mentality to increase learning capacity and accelerate adaptability.
In this case study, Lisa Lang (head of learning and education, Americas, Siemens) and Mike Bokina (VP human resources, Siemens) share how Siemens has implemented a continuous cycle of learning necessary for the unpredictability of the future workplace and world.