A revolution isn’t coming to L&D. It’s already here. If you’re reading this, you’re probably already looking to overhaul antiquated processes and systems to deal with new learning paradigms. But you don’t have to toss out everything you know about L&D just yet. For all the talk about what needs to change, I’d like to focus a moment on what L&D has been doing right for years: concentrating on the details of learning design.