Sunday, May 15, 2016
Learning professionals working in a corporate environment often encounter the belief that anyone with expertise in an area can and should create training solutions. While most learning professionals undoubtedly deem this attitude as annoying, counterproductive, and even disrespectful, most rational people do not go out of their way to denigrate another individual’s profession. So what drives this cavalier attitude toward training, that anyone can do it? This article explores three potential reasons.