“In the last two years we have seen a distortion of the paradigm of the way of working which has become more flexible and autonomous, the constraints of time and space have fallen and this has also been seen in training”. This was stated by Valentina Gramolini, head of the Generali Italia academy, speaking at the event ‘The future of training: what we have learned about skills in the last two years and how we need to rethink training’, organized at the Learning forum of Italian Communication, the dedicated Italian appointment to learning in companies and institutions. Main partner of the event is Microsoft and media partner Adnkronos. “The concept of autonomy and flexibility – he argues – are the fundamental words of this change. People have learned more in less time. Microlearning has worked a lot borrowed from the world of training, developing an app to receive training for a maximum of 10 minutes a day “.” Social learning has also worked well – he underlines -, but we notice a difficulty on the part of people in returning to presence. The high-level training helps people to do and to confront each other and therefore we have to go back to confronting each other. Our mission is to bring value to the person and to the company by overcoming the dichotomy between the digital world and the physical world “.
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