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The Relationship Between Learning, Workforce Agility, and Business Performance

Source: Skillsoft
With a constantly evolving business climate, encountering change is the new normal. Organizations that embrace and practice agility are proven to be more effective in dealing with change. And key to fostering agility is continuous learning and development. With a strong learning culture that aligns with business objectives, your company will be better able to embrace an agile mindset, and with increased agility, performance will improve and the overall business impact will increase. Find out how.


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