Corporate L&D has always had a strategic impact on how a company develops its employees. L&D has gone a long way from the 1900s, when multibillion-dollar corporations like Ford, AT&T, and Motorola invented the idea of workplace learning, to the incredibly detailed learning tactics and instructional design frameworks that we employ today. in fact, over 100 years!

Despite the fact that we are aware of the importance of corporate L&D, many businesses frequently struggle to correctly and efficiently build L&D programs because they are unable to come up with an adequate response to a key question. How can the objectives of a business L&D program be precisely stated?

Dr. Roy Pollock has worked in the field of learning and development for over 40 years and is the co-author of the best-selling book The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning. He has a unique combination of business and educational experience. He’s also a well-known international speaker, consultant, and dedicated lecturer with a wealth of knowledge in the business world.

We discussed how Dr. Roy sees L&D in a business setting in our discussion, and you need to construct your instructional design framework to achieve corporate development and profitability

Insights from the Podcast

According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report, more than half of all jobs will require major rescaling and upscaling in the next five years; you must be flexible, open to new ideas, and continue to learn or risk becoming outdated. That’s why Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said, “always keep learning, you stop doing useful things if you don’t learn.”

So what’s stopping you from learning, go check out the episode here.