Learning is continuous. After all, there are always new skills to learn and techniques to adopt. A culture of learning in an organization can also improve business performance, increase profit, and boost the morale of a workforce.
As per the study “Are SMART Goals Dumb?”, only 42% of workers say they are always or frequently learning on the job, while another 39% percent say they are never or rarely learning. This is because many organizations believe that an investment in learning and development is not only expensive, but it may also lead to a delay in the completion of projects. It is time we bust these myths. Learning and development not only provides the company as a whole and individual employees with greater benefits, but it also makes cost and time a profitable investment.