As rapid technological innovation, economic conditions, and shifts in how and where work gets done continues to shorten the relevancy of skills, organizations are increasingly investing in workforce upskilling. To help guide these efforts, Shelley Osbourne provides insights on five main components of a learning culture so that organizations can close skill gaps. A few of the five include Develop and Foster Agile Learners, where they access learning resources in their moment of need. Feedback Is Fuel for Learning Cultures, where people are encouraged to become their best selves, and they are comfortable talking about their mistakes. Put Learning into the Flow of Work, where professional development opportunities must be democratized throughout the organization.