Historically, learning has been a passive process in which learners sit, instructors stand, and information dissemination merely “happens.” But the pace of change in our schools, personal lives, and organizations has shifted that mentality to a new horizon. Today, 2-year-olds learn to read on Ipads, millions of Google searches are conducted daily on smartphones, and organizational communication and developmental learning happens all day, every day. People learn by imitation, discussion, and collaboration. Knowledge is no longer confined to classrooms and training exercises, and organizations agile enough to recognize this will be the first to succeed. Educate yourself on how the field of learning has changed, and where it is headed in the future.