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The CIA’s learning strategy: 4 main principles and corresponding initiatives standard

1st principle: Commitment Initiatives: Integrate new learning approaches – including informal learning, collaborative learning, user-developed content, virtual worlds and simulations – to capitalize on their emerging learning affordances. Create alignment among the various parts of the learning enterprise on use of new learning approaches to create efficiencies, leverage/share resources, develop and use best practices and reduce redundancies. Coordinate and standardize support functions (like receiving credit for learning), work/delivery processes and infrastructure to align to an end-to-end learning cycle and life-long learning. 2nd principle: People-performance Initiatives: Track learning impact by developing and using outcome-focused performance measures in the workplace. Create a staff or learning professional skill set beyond traditional classroom-based education, including skills in consulting, performance improvement, learning innovations and informal/experimental ...

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