Six Fundamental Shifts in the Way We Work – John Hagel III and John Seely Brown – Harvard Business Review

executives tend to focus on talent acquisition and retention, but do not invest much time on talent development throughout the firm. When they think about talent development, they spend time designing training programs rather than re-thinking the work environment to accelerate talent development. If they took on-the-job talent development seriously, they would reassess all aspects of the firm – strategy, operations, organization and information technology platforms – to find ways to foster even more rapid talent development.

Of course, moving to Systems Thinking would be a *most* effective shift…

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