Organisations to step up ‘informal’ learning

Organisations are planning to increase cheap internal activities such as peer mentoring and informal knowledge-sharing, says research by Henley. The majority of organisations will step up their learning and development activity in 2011. However, there has been a shift towards them doing it for themselves. Sixty-two per cent will increase informal knowledge-sharing among peers and 59 per cent will do more mentoring between peers, revealed the survey of more than 2,500 HR and non-HR managers from organisations with more than 500 people. Meanwhile, there has been a drop in the percentage of organisations planning to focus on leaders and coaching […]

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