Why Apply Organizational Learning in Organizations?

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Why Apply Organizational Learning in Organizations?
sujan, Lecturer, Member
Organizational learning is a social process, involving interactions among many individuals leading to well-informed decision making.
An organization must learn so that it can adapt to a changing environment.
Historically, the life-cycle of organizations typically spanned stable environments between major socio-economic changes.
More recently this changed and many Fortune 500 companies of two decades ago no longer exist.
Given the ever-accelerating rate of global-scale change, learning and adaptation become more critical for the organization's relevance, success and ultimately survival.

That's why it's so important that creating, adapting and sharing ideas must all be rewarded.
This processes of knowledge or skill sharing must supersede the control processes with respect to employees, empowering th...Register

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Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
Thanks Sujan for starting this important topic.
No doubt organizations need to become more flexible/agile. There are at least 3 forms of

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Thabo Johnson, Business Consultant, South Africa, Member
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Pearce and Robinson ...

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francisslobo, Professor, India, Member
While I agree to all, for any approach towards organizational learning it's clear that nothing can happen without the support of the management.

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Ian Graham, Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
Great topic Sujan. We all agree that there is a serious need to change management thinking towards OL. There have been many models of OL that o...

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Juan Manuel Ugarte, Professor, Mexico, Member
Since approximately three decades ago, several OL concepts have been deeply studied and developed in a consistent way, including:
- The "learn...

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Rajesh Sharma, Professor, Nepal, Member
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Renee Isaacs, HR Consultant, South Africa, Member
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Stefania Di Cristofalo, Coach, Italy, Member
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Lisk, Student (University), Barbados, Member
@Ian Graham: You are so correct Ian. Introduction of OL from the strategic standpoint gives any change within the or...

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Antonio J. Garcia, Spain, Member
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Ian Graham, Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
@Stefania Di Cristofalo & Lisk: Taking a couple of very good points from Stefania's 'Collective Intelligence (CI)' a...

Organisational Learning (OL) Requires Top Management Commitment
Lisk, Student (University), Barbados, Member
@Ian Graham: Yes, you are correct that communication must be in both directions. My point was to say that if top le...

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Ian Graham, Consultant, United Kingdom, Member
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Birmingham, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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