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No other event in recent history served as a better reminder that adaptability in the face of change is critical to business survivability than the pandemic. Those organizations that prioritized improvement and agility managed to pivot quickly and navigate new challenges. This mindset is still pertinent today, particularly as technological advancements accelerate rapidly.

Perhaps the most effective way businesses can future-proof themselves from these inevitable changes is by creating a culture that champions continuous learning. Such a culture is known as a learning culture or one that sees education as essential to business success. From interns to senior executives, everyone in a learning culture understands that their efforts to improve their skills and learn new ones positively impact their growth and the brand’s ability to stay competitive.

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