In a co-written article on four ways to create a learning culture by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Josh Bersin, which is shared with all online readers through the website of Harvard Business Review, it suggests that the learning culture creation is a driver of its booming progress of an organization in the age of the nonstop advance of technology constantly disrupting every filed of life.
As a result of its rapid technological advance, it puts importance on recruiting employees with wise curiosity and learnability, the desire and ability to quickly grow and adapt the skill set they have to overcome new changes especially made by new technology.
To achieve this, it relies heavily on the collaboration of those employers such as Google, American Express, and Bridgewater Associates in promoting learning culture as a part of their management systems and is regarded the first priority. Josh Bersin's report on learning culture pointed out: "The single biggest driver of business im…
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Here are my tips for learning four skills of English that I want to share with all MCU students.
1. Listening - Since I was a freshman at MCU, I've practiced it mainly through social media (e.g., Youtube channels, links, websites like VOA News (US accent) and BBC Podcasts (UK accent), etc.).
Listening was my most challenging thing back when I was a BA student - because my English background (especially listening) was not good, and I had to practice it several times a day in order to get used to it as my first priority.
I think everyone has its own ways to practice listening skills, just use the way that suits you best or works for you. The most important thing is "practice and mistakes make perfect".
2. Speaking - Like my listening practice, the social media I mentioned above has played a key role in improving my speaking skills since then.
In addition to that, I have been into speaking practice through real-li…