In most companies, learning and work are treated as two separate things.L&D departments convince employees to take time from work to consume passive content, delivered in a top-down approach. The problem is– we don’t learn like that. We learn best by following our curiosity and connecting with others on a similar journey. The good news for employees is that this kind of self-directed community-based learning has never been more available. The problem is, it isn’t integrated with work, which means employees need to do it on their own time or leave to pursue their growth.To attract and retain talent in the coming year, winning companies will integrate work and learning. They will give employees opportunities to experiment within the context of their jobs and share reflections within cohorts of their peers. Rather than emphasizing the transfer of information, workplace learning will prioritize the transformation of learners.