When we think of the concept ‘work without jobs’, it focuses on a new way of looking at work where jobs are deconstructed into parts and then assigned to workers or robots that are best suited to perform the task. For anyone in L&D who transitioned from centralized to a hybrid L&D model this may seem familiar as in order to become hybrid we had to break down our conventional roles into tasks and determine what stayed internal to the company. In that decision-making process, there were many prioritizations that needed to occur from type of workers, flexibility, time, cost, speed, quality and control that weighed into the decision-making process.
In this on-demand webinar, we will review real-world scenarios to understand how the idea of “Success in L&D without Jobs” might change what we do in the future.
The factors we would analyze deeply are-