The old way of learning was to book someone one a course/workshop etc; this can be a strain especially for small businesses both from a financial point of view and from a practical point of view - in a small team one member out for a day or days makes a huge difference in the workload and ability to fulfil deadlines.
Thanks to changes in technology it is now possible to access learning via social media platforms and build a network you can call on and get the knowledge you need very quickly.
For example this could be achieved by hosting an online discussion forum for a group where different subject matter experts could post videos and suggest relevant research articles/papers for other people to consider.
Each member of the learning group can share their experiences and learning for others to benefits from, including buddying up.
It is applying the social networking philosophy to work, building a community, work together, collaborate and share.
If you would like more ideas or help in putting this into practice get in touch.