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Back to school: Preparing for the future of learning

Developing the capacity for lifelong learning

The future of learning demands a delicate balance between adopting the flexible nature of remote, technological learning with in-person experiential learning. Georgetown’s MBA programs strive to make their students lifelong learners to prepare for the future.

Developing the capacity for lifelong learning

Learning was rated the top challenge in Deloitte’s 2019 Global Human Capital Trends Report. How are universities aligning their curriculums with the learning needs of the future workforce? How are organizations reinventing their learning and development approach to promote learning in the flow of work? During this week’s episode, we explore these questions and more. We’re joined by Prashant Malaviya, senior associate dean of MBA programs and associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University. Later in the episode, you’ll hear from Amy Titus, who leads Deloitte’s Government and Public Services Learning Solutions practice, and Erin Clark, a managing director in Deloitte’s Human Capital practice who focuses on learning.

Learning inherently has to become a mindset and a capability that we develop

Learning in the flow of life

In a competitive external talent market, learning is vital to an organization’s ability to obtain needed skills. But to achieve the goal of lifelong learning, it must be embedded into not only the flow of work but the flow of life.


From employee experience to human experience: Putting meaning back into work

What creates a positive, motivating experience at work? Mainly, it's the meaning and growth people find in the work itself—and to improve that, the entire organization has to be involved.


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