Can you get your remote teams on the same page in <48 hours? Hyper learning organisations can.
They're able to adapt and thrive in changing circumstances. A hyper learning organisation is a mindset - to continually develop and evolve understanding, mindset and skills. It fosters an environment that gives learners autonomy, focuses on personal growth and mastery and challenges and supports staff.
They're fast - fast to innovate, fast to grow and fast to have an impact in their community and they're smart - they're curious and open to feedback and willing to change off the back of it.
- Have high employee engagement
- Are obsessed about improving
- Attract humble passionate leaders serving as stewards - blend extreme personal humility with intense professional will
- Foster strong purposeful cultures with cultural fit-based hiring
- Encourage the giving and receiving of feedback
The Fast & Smart Method (still a work in progress) to work towards becoming a hyperlearning organisation:
- Align: What's in it for learners? How do they benefit? What does success look like? Are managers engaged and bought in?
- Incentivise : How do we motivate people? Ideally intrinsic over extrinsic. Environment is key
- Communicate: Get a network effect going, use social proof to get learners talking and want to get involved
- Microlearning: Communicate and embed key messaging in small bite-sized chunks. Revisit and refresh knowledge and understanding over time.
- Feedback loop: Commitment to regularly giving and receiving feedback. Mechanism to facilitate this.
How do I know if we're a hyperlearning organisation?
- Do you engage and align people at all levels in the organisation?
- Do you communicate with context?
- Do you consider the power of incentives?
- Do you have a consistent way to communicate with everyone in the organisation?
- Can you make your learning stick?
- Can you retain quality staff?
- Do you encourage continuous feedback?
Lachy's our Managing Director. He's our resident rationalist and ideas man. He also reads way too many books for our liking.
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