In times of change, leaders must be more agile than ever…
Learning agility is not a new concept, but it took years of research to prove that it really does exist, and that it can be quantified on an individual level.
Out of that research came the introduction of the Burke Learning Agility Inventory™ (Burke LAI) as the first reliable, theoretically grounded way to measure learning agility.
This book explains how learning agility is measured and explores the ways in which this information can be developed and applied by individuals and organizations.
Table of Contents
What Is Learning Agility, and Why Now?
Learning Agility: A Summary of Theory
How To Measure Learning Agility: Developing the Burke Learning Agility Inventory™ (Burke LAI)
Interpreting the Burke LAI: Sample Report
Performance Risk Taking
Interpersonal Risk Taking
Integrating the Burke LAI into Training, Orientation and Induction Programs
Integrating the Burke LAI Individual Assessments
Integrating the Burke LAI into Performance Management and Development
Integrating the Burke LAI into Succession Planning
Integrating the Burke LAI with Coaching
Using the Burke LAI as an Organizational Development Intervention