Learning ‘Drip Campaigns’: pathways that drip learning reinforcement continually
Collaborative team problem-solving: quick stand-ups
Scheduled Coaching, Mentoring and Apprenticeship opportunities
External associations, meet-ups, and other social collaboration in and out of the workplace
Butler University in Indianapolis has an IT department that not only supports all the technology of the school, but also has built a for-profit coding academy for non-traditional learners that funds the IT organization. This is an example of how businesses are evolving out of old models and inventing new ways more pertinent to employees.