You might have a CEO, a CFO, a COO, but do you have a CLO?
A Chief Learning Officer is someone who is responsible for advancing your organization’s understanding of itself, its innovation activities related to its strategy, and its impact.
It’s a role that is designed to support the learning activities and integration of that knowledge into the very fabric of your organization and help determine and foster a return on learning investment or ROLI.
You might not have a C-suite office available for such a person or even know how one might fit into your organization, but you do know that getting the most out of what you’re doing and being able to adapt, grow, and show your impact is critical to your success.
That’s why we created the fractional Chief Learning Officer service for our clients. We will serve as your CLO and help develop an ‘office’ for learning within your organization. Our CLO service provides strategic guidance on the following:
- Data gathering & evaluation design: Set your organization up to learn strategically by collecting the right data at the right time to support decision-making and innovation, by design.
- Prototyping: Capture lessons learned from research and development activities converted into prototypes and tests. Create systems to integrate these lessons into the further program or product cycles.
- Sensemaking: Establish processes for working with complex data and dynamic situations to appropriately learn from, amplify, adapt, and pivot strategies when necessary.
- Integrated learning systems; Create a culture of learning through establishing a unit- or organization-wide set of practices, tools, and strategies for learning from experience and evidence.
- Learning support: Develop the resources to support ongoing training and education, including co-learning and teaching approaches that keep your team on top of the latest evidence from inside and outside the organization.
Get the most from your innovation efforts and amplify their effects. Contact us to learn more about our CLO service and how we can help you become a true learning organization in practice, not just in theory.