Most learning and development (L&D) functions realize they need to become more flexible to meet these new demands. Our research finds L&D functions can become more flexible through: 

  1. Progressive skill development
  2. Change-proofing learning strategy
  3. Targeted iterative content

How can L&D functions enact these three changes to increase flexibility? This article looks at potential pitfalls and shares case study examples of how to approach these three strategies.