Our learning governance model pursues the design and development of the most critical enterprise wide learning priorities. Learning organizations across the government participate in the process of determining such priorities, and the respective executives are involved to ensure agreement on the list of enterprise wide priorities to be pursued.
AASCs learning governance model is structured to ensure maximum effectiveness for our learning investment. We use our governance to ensure adherence to the following principles:
Align with Governments core vision so that in every learning intervention strategy is integrated and implemented.
Manage enterprise wide learning investment, allocation and spending at a high level.
Exercise a disciplined project approach to enterprise wide learning.
Demonstrate a measurable level of effectiveness and return on AASCs learning investment.
Ensure the use of best-of-breed learning methodologies, practices and design approaches.
Ensure cost-efficiency and effectiveness of learning delivery.
Learning Management by Faculty
The in-house learning Management committee consisting of the faculty of AASC is responsible for:
Setting rules on how we manage all of learning in AASC
Defining principles of operation
Defining standards for learning design
Defining vision and strategy for learning systems
Discussing and resolving issues brought forward by learning leadership teams