FYI for Learning Agility™ (2004 1st edition, gold cover)


Increase learning agility

FYI for Learning Agility™ (formerly called FYI for Talent Management™) was designed for any motivated person seeking to develop skills that lead to increased learning agility—referring to the ability to perform well under first-time, challenging conditions.

FYI for Learning Agility™ helps organizations assess:

  • Mental agility
  • People agility
  • Change agility
  • Results agility

Measuring learning agility dimensions

Each of the 27 chapters in FYI for Learning Agility™ provides:

  • A skilled and unskilled definition and specific items used to measure the Dimension
  • A map to the Leadership Architect® Competencies
  • Reasons you might have this need and remedies to help you work on the need
  • A classification of developmental difficulty as easier, moderate, or harder to develop
  • A description of the Dimension to provide a broad context
  • Listings of full- and part-time job assignments that are shown to provide the richest learning experiences
  • Suggested readings and inspirational quotes


License FYI for Learning Agility™ content

An FYI for Learning Agility™ intellectual property license lets organizations calibrate how organizations talk about high potentials including creating a common language that allows differentiation and comparisons between high potentials.

Organizations can use a FYI for Learning Agility™ intellectual property license to create derivatives that may include:

  • Presentations
  • Worksheets
  • Memos
  • Job descriptions
  • Employee Management Systems
  • E-mails

Developing learning agility

An FYI for Learning Agility™ intellectual property license lets organizations:

  • Add to or refine the 250 development remedies and workarounds for increasing learning agility
  • Refine listings of full- and part-time job assignments in each chapter of the book to apply more directly to their organization
  • Add to the comprehensive reading list included with each chapter
  • Customize development plans for high potentials
  • Refine skilled/unskilled learning agility characteristics to coincide with their organization’s needs