The common definition of learning, at least as it’s used at work, is insufficient.
- Learning is a much more natural act than what it’s made to be.
- It’s a much more necessary act than what it’s framed to be.
Because *looks at everything* at work is constantly changing, learning is a constant act of figuring out what is happening and what to do about it, and then doing it. Learning at work is the same thing as … working.
The “cycle” is constant: understand, plan, do; but it’s hardly that linear and rarely that methodical.
We benefit when we expand our definition of learning and synchronize that definition with what we’re doing when we’re … merely doing the work … because it’s learning, too.