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HRD 2013: Favoured LandD practices could be thwarting innovation, warns CIPD

Collaborative and systematic approaches to learning and development are key to success

Some of the most popular learning and development (L&D) interventions used in the workplace could actually be thwarting innovation. That’s according to the final report in a series of CIPD research insights on HR and its role in innovation, written in collaboration with researchers at the University of Bath, which looks at how innovation happens, who is responsible for making it happen and where it happens. The latest report, The innovation imperative, launched at the CIPD’s annual learning and development conference, HRD, demonstrates how innovation comes in all shapes and sizes but, regardless of a company’s approach to innovation, collaborative forms of learning and systematic approaches to knowledge sharing are the keys to success.

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