Many companies are using action learning programs to focus on real problems, which if solved, provide significant value to the business. But what constitutes a good action learning problem that will maximize learning opportunities?
This CorpU How To will help learning organizations understand a company’s most important problems, the criteria for selecting problems, and what kinds of problems do not make the grade.
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