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Learning agility - the magic multiplier

  1. 1. Learning agility the magic multiplier „An organization's ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.” Jack Welch
  2. 2. Experimental design • Tools • Time line • Workshop design • Illustration
  3. 3. Experimental design • Tool to be used: – Professional learning indicator PLI (intelligence test, measuring three layers of intelligence 1. Abstract 2. Verbal 3. Numerical - Perception measurement: after participating into this worksop, coworkers were expressing their perception on the atmosphere they perceived during the workshop
  4. 4. Timeline and workshop design • Measurements: A) Before workshop (1 week) B) Beginning of the workshop C) End of workshop D) After the workshop(1 week) • Workshop design: all PLI dimesnions are trained/ explained during a 30’ in the classrom session
  5. 5. Understanding results First PLI raw score (B) Last PLI raw score (C) Maximum PLI raw score Positive learning potential (C - B) First PLI raw score (B) Last PLI raw score (C) Minimum PLI raw score Negative learning potential (C - B)
  6. 6. The learning agility general index can be combined with: - Performance evaluation - personal values self-assessment tool - Predictive Index extraverstion (interpersonal warmth, gregariousness, agreability) Identified agile learners ;)
  7. 7. • “Learning from experience requires one to be wrong (at least) part of the time. A punitive culture inhibits individuals’ motivation for learning. In contrast, a culture that is supportive, entrepreneurial and nurturing fosters learning and learning agility.” Kenneth P. De Meuse et al., published in Consulting Psychology Journal
  8. 8. Fostering factors for learning agility • Perceived atmosphere during the workshop • Self-perception of the participants

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