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2023 The Pay Issue
How might we assure that technologies are designed to meet our strategy?
Walgreens was adjacent to the health industry and leveraged this position to accelerate a disruption. Who is adjacent to learning that might accelerate a disruption? LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, You-tube, Amazon?
As we think about micro-learning is there also an opportunity for a "micro-college" or "micro-university?" If classes were offered in every Starbucks or Home Depot or Corporate classroom - that earned college credit - might we expand reach and lower cost?
Perhaps Uber of Lyft could help us find the instructors?
In some case the regulatory landscape has been designed to protect the established players rather than serve the market. Uber, Google and Amazon have disrupted by approaching the market in ways that did avoid the regulatory issues.
Are there any regulatory matters (or other barriers to entry) to learning in the workplace?
And while it may not be possible for a fish to climb a tree - what if tree-climbers discover the benefits of scuba-diving?
What prevents us from helping ourselves and our clients be more competitive by using:
What risks are there with conforming our offerings to the needs of our clients vs. expecting our clients to conform to the way we have chosen to deliver our services?
Where would you like to see our industry push forward with commitment?
Do we have enough information about the performance of the people we are helping?
Are there things we know about our performance that we do not want others to know?
How do we assure that we are the best available choice vs. the only choice?
If we are the only choice - how do we assure that being the only is the best for our organization as a whole?
2023 The Pay Issue
Who benefits from being educated?
What motivates one to learn?
How can we assure performance?
What is the relationship to payment to each of these questions?