March 12, 2024

Leveraging AI to Revolutionize Learning in the Flow of Work

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The term “learning in the flow of work” describes a departure from conventional training approaches toward a more integrated, seamless learning experience. The methodology embeds bite-sized, digestible learning opportunities within the daily activities of employees. The advent of artificial intelligence (AI) has amplified the potential of learning in the flow of work, offering personalized, efficient, and contextually relevant learning experiences that are deeply integrated into the workflow.

Note that some would consider informal learning, that is, the learning that happens naturally as a “side effect” of work, also a form of learning in the flow of work. Perhaps it is useful to consider learning in the flow of work as being on a continuum from informal to formal.

In my new Training Industry article we consider the formal end of this continuum where learning is planned and “delivered.”

You can read it here

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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