Learning Transformation Map – Things to Leave Behind

Over the last couple of weeks i have shared a few pieces around Learning in 2020, with a focus on things that Organisations need to do more or, be experimenting with, or learning how to do. I thought that i would counter that work with a Map that considers things that they should stop doing. As with the earlier maps, this is a fragment of thought: it represents the things on my mind right now, and is not intended as a definitive view. These fragments inform more structured work later.

I’ve very loosely grouped the ideas into four areas: aspects of ‘Structure’ and location, ‘Oversight’ and control, ‘Opportunity’ and access, and ‘Technology’ and communities. As per the other Maps, i will probably redraw this one to be cleaner and clearer fairly fast.

Some key aspects in this one: a general shift away from structure (as defined by the Org experts) to structure as moderated by community of practitioners. Technology diversified, but also differentiated by what you are doing, but with the focus on control and privacy, providing rehearsal and sense making space, not simply utility.

Perhaps Organisations leaving behind the close link of learning to current role, and vertical structure, towards more fluid models of opportunity, portfolio, and curiosity. Coupled with less focus on content, more on community, facilitation, and support.

About julianstodd

Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...
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