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Case
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Reference no. HEC108
Published by: HEC Montreal Centre for Case Studies
Originally published in: 2013
Version: 15 April 2013
Revision date: 7-Sep-2018
Length: 9 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

In organizations, learning and the associated changes it brings cannot be forced. Individuals who act as 'learning champions' within an organization need to be convinced of the benefits of the learning initiative themselves so that they can take the 'positive' message to their teams and become key facilitators and enablers within the organization. Otherwise, their negativity can influence their team members, especially if the team members are not sold on the initiative in the first place.

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Abstract

In organizations, learning and the associated changes it brings cannot be forced. Individuals who act as 'learning champions' within an organization need to be convinced of the benefits of the learning initiative themselves so that they can take the 'positive' message to their teams and become key facilitators and enablers within the organization. Otherwise, their negativity can influence their team members, especially if the team members are not sold on the initiative in the first place.

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