Designing and implementing a learning programme is part of every large organisation’s activity. Having worked in education and then moving to the commercial world, I notice some difference in the way learning programmes are approached.
Generally in commercial organisations, a new method of working is broken down into a procedure, and then this is presented as stage by stage behaviours to learn, maybe with exercises to embed each stage. This sounds fine, but as budgets and resources vary, even within the same organisation, results can be inconsistent. By creating a basic scheme for all learning you should be able to achieve some consistency even if available resources are unevenly distributed, and not have to go to ‘square one’ for each initiative.