52 min

Sabotaging Learning Tactics for Tech Leadership (TTL)

    • Management

Every organization wants to be a learning organization, but stories abound of employee skill gaps and stunted development despite expensive training programs. In this episode, Andy and Mon-Chaio utilize research on learning along with their own leadership experiences to reveal the blind spots that cause engineering leaders to unintentionally sabotage the ability of their organization to learn.



References:


 The impact of workplace learning on job satisfaction in small US commercial banks


Pair programming


Communities that Undermine Learning


The Importance Of Practice – And Our Reluctance To Do It


 The Relationship Between Deliberate Practice and Performance in Sports: A Meta-Analysis


TDD, test-driven development


Right-BICEP


Information radiators


Does fun promote learning? The relationship between fun in the workplace and informal learning

Every organization wants to be a learning organization, but stories abound of employee skill gaps and stunted development despite expensive training programs. In this episode, Andy and Mon-Chaio utilize research on learning along with their own leadership experiences to reveal the blind spots that cause engineering leaders to unintentionally sabotage the ability of their organization to learn.



References:


 The impact of workplace learning on job satisfaction in small US commercial banks


Pair programming


Communities that Undermine Learning


The Importance Of Practice – And Our Reluctance To Do It


 The Relationship Between Deliberate Practice and Performance in Sports: A Meta-Analysis


TDD, test-driven development


Right-BICEP


Information radiators


Does fun promote learning? The relationship between fun in the workplace and informal learning

52 min