Survey Part 3. “Preparing for Scalable Learning” – Responses

By | November 6, 2018
Survey: INL – The Learning Organisation
Part 1. Value PropositionSurvey Question: What do you see as INL’s exact value proposition(s) so to stand out in comparison to others?
Part 2. Enabling Conditions
Survey Question: What are the barriers and enablers for the above conditions to come in place?
Part 3. Means of getting there
Question 1: What are the most valued skills and tools that currently support you in your work environment?
Question 2: How could such skills and tools become part of an INL Learning Model?

In this post we provide an overview of the responses that we received on how to prepare INL for scalable learning, about the most valued skills and tools that currently support you in your work environment, and how these could become part of an INL Learning Model.

But WAIT: we are already a learning organization, or not? After all, INL is a RTO and thus learning is inherent in all of the research that we do – isn’t it? So what is all of this talk about learning now? From various talks that I had over the past weeks across INL I had to realize that there seems to be a such a perception. And as a matter of fact, such views certainly hold valid to some degree, and notably once it comes to your respective scientific fields. But perhaps they hold less valid once it comes to any other type of learning and as discussed here. And for that reason, we like to invite all of you to contribute with your existing knowledge and experience on how to organize learning within and beyond your scientific fields, so to build up an INL Learning Model that optimally supports individual and organisational learning, and by the same time fosters networking, collaboration and exchange of best practices.

With this, let’s take a look in the below at the responses that we received on how to prepare INL for scalable learning.

Question 1: What are the most valued skills and tools that currently support you in your work environment?

Question 2: How could such skills and tools become part of an INL Learning Model?

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