Without even looking at the content of the training, I doubt this organization's change management training will be successful. What do you think?
Do they seem to support a culture of embracing change?
What do you think the segregation of training opportunities says about the organization?
Do you think the lessons learned in the classroom will be accepted in the work environment?
I'm of the opinion that to properly foster a culture of continuous improvement, an organization must make it clear (by work and deed) that positive change is a normal and expected part of everyone's job. What are some alternatives to the above way of learning? I recently came across these:
Including social learning into your organization
Pitfalls to avoid in Lean training programs