What’s a Learning Culture and Why You Should Try to Build One?

Tesena Fest presentation led by Phil Royston

22. 09. 2022 from 17:05 to 17:35 CET + 10 minutes Q&A

About the Presentation

Does some of this sound familiar to you? You are facing ever bigger and more complex challenges in your IT transformation. Your current team is missing both people and skills. Your Human Resources Department is pulling their hair out, they've tried everything and still, they can't find enough people with the skills and experience you want with the salary expectations you can afford. Your current team seems to lack motivation to learn new skills. You can't risk hiring juniors...Well, it certainly sounds familiar to me. 
Building a learning culture might not be the solution to all those problems, but it could help. It could also potentially help you make your team happier, more engaged, and more motivated. Well, at least that's the theory. 
I've been studying, experimenting, succeeding, and failing. I'd like to share some of what I have learned with you.

Key Takeaways

Some insight into a learning culture. It's maybe more than you think

Find out some of the common barriers to building a learning culture

What's the most important thing in building a learning culture

Who Will Benefit





Phil Royston

Phil is an experienced Test Manager and Test Consultant with 20 years of experience. He has helped a number of major organizations in their IT and digital transformations. He is the co-founder of Tesena and supports the company and its staff in changing the testing world.