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Collaborative Learning

Upskill your Workforce and Gain Competitive Advantage through Shared Expertise

Use this practical guide to embed collaborative learning in your organization to boost employee performance and drive business results.
EAN: 9781398610521
Edition: 1
Format: 234x156
256 pages

About the book

Collaborative Learning explains how to leverage the knowledge and experience of existing employees to upskill the entire workforce.

This practical guide explains what collaborative learning is, what the benefits are and why it is needed in a nimble, fast-moving business world. It also explains the science behind shared expertise and how to foster this, how collaborative learning can be used to combat low learner engagement and employee burnout as well as how collaborative learning can be used on the full employee journey from pre-boarding and onboarding through to promotion and progression. This book also explains why collaborative learning is not a top-down cascade of information from the most senior employee to the most junior. Instead it is an inclusive approach to learning across functions and teams, across hierarchies and across job titles or tenure.

This book is full of expert discussion about why collaborative learning is a culture enhancer and contains advice for overcoming common obstacles when making collaborative learning part of a company's learning strategy. Packed with case studies and examples from global firms who have implemented and benefitted from collaborative learning including Google, Tesla, McDonald's, Lego, Haribo, LVMH and Mercedes, this book is for all L&D professionals who are looking to embed collaborative learning in the workplace but aren't sure where to start.

About the authors

Nick Hernandez is the CEO and Founder of 360 Learning, a company based in New York City, New York, US which works to empower Learning & Development teams to drive culture and business growth through collaborative learning. He works with global clients including Toyota, Criteo, and Airbus and is based in Paris, France.