Learning is always a process and requires a certain amount of time.

We believe that a learning process includes all methods that enable the organization and individuals to learn. After the completion of a learning process the learning person should be in a position to think, speak, or act in a way they were not capable of prior to the learning process. If one comprehends learning as a process in which the learning individual adjusts to his environment, it becomes understandable that training alone does not normally suffice to create sustainable change. Additional supportive measures which can ensure a transfer of knowledge and motivate employees to actually put the new behaviour into action are required (e.g. feedback systems and incentives). Compare also – Experiential Learning Methods

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