The WDHB Lab Manifesto

Since 1989, WDHB has pioneered experience-driven approaches to Learning & People Development. Today, we aim to build a knowledge and innovation hub through which we can keep developing cutting-edge methods and frameworks for corporate learning. These are our guiding principles:

Since 1989, WDHB has pioneered experience-driven approaches to Learning & People Development. Today, we aim to build a knowledge and innovation hub through which we can keep developing cutting-edge methods and frameworks for corporate learning.

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    Every member of the organization should have access to high-touch L&D programs, not just the top executives.

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    Learning is the main driver of organizational change, hence it’s every function’s responsibility, not the purview of a single department.

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    Interdisciplinarity is key in understanding how learning happens in organizations.

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    The issue of impact in L&D programs shouldn’t be a taboo.

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    Assessing impact is a driver of progress.

Our lab team is a network composed of researchers, strategists and experts in L&D, psychology, organizational behavior and innovation management. Our goal is to explore the drivers of learning and change within individuals, groups and organizations, in order to design new and disruptive formats to enable sustained transformation. We are always on the lookout for diverse talent.

If you would like to react to our publications or to suggest collaboration opportunities, please feel free to touchbase with us at lab@wdhb.com.

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By Samuel Mueller | Sep 21, 2020

They came to me as I was whisked through space: Three similarities between a visit to the Planetarium and taking part in an experiential learning program.

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By Kim Schurch | Sep 20, 2020

Failure doesn’t feel like a fun anecdote when it’s happening. It’s easy to pay lip service to a so-called culture of failure. In reality, it is hard earned.

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By Imane Terrab | Sep 20, 2020

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