Corporate learning and development (L&D) programs today must address an urgent problem: reskilling workers for the technology-enabled workplace, with greater efficiency and effectiveness to keep pace with a dynamically changing world. Across the business landscape, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things, and other advanced technologies continue to drive change in the digital era. Now, to make most of the humanplus-machine partnership, higher-level skills are being demanded of workers. For example, 21st century skills known as the 4Cs—communication, critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity—increasingly will distinguish what humans uniquely bring to the workplace. Yet how can learners build such competencies when so much time is spent acquiring and mastering knowledge, which traditionally has been the focus of training?