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Individual and Organizational Learning
chilumo, Financial Consultant, Kenya, Member
What is the relationship between individual and organizational learning?

Organization of Learners
Pekka Kanervio, Finland, Member
If individuals learn in an organization --> organizational learning :-).

Individual and Organizational Learning
Sonia Joseph
Individual learning is a process through which individuals change their behaviors, way of doing things and perceptions based on information and lessons learnt from another sources.
While organizations evolve based on the same principles, individuals are key vehicles of an organization who facilitates learning.

Organization and Individual Learning - The Whole Does not Equal the Sum of Its Parts
Richard Aghama Okundia, Student (Other), Nigeria, Member
The assumption that organizational learning and individual learning complement each other is not really true.
A gap may exist between different functional and specialist units in an organization.
Also there may exist a degree of difference in improving action through knowledge among individuals in various departments in the organization.

Awareness of Its Contribution to Strategic Goals
Alejandro Bustamante, Consultant, Venezuela, Member

Sometimes the Power of Individuals is also Important
Zelnor, Business School Marketer, China, Member


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