Learning Organization (Organizational Learning)
This method (or movement) focuses on enhancing organization systems and people
to increase the organization’s capacity for performance. It includes extensive
use of principles of systems theory. In and of itself, this is not an overall
comprehensive process assured to improve performance. Its effectiveness toward
reaching overall results for the organization depends on how well the enhanced
ability to learn applies to the organization.
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Review of Peter Senge’s “Fifth Discipline”
(a seminal book on systems theory and organizations)
Management Organizational Learning: @BRINT ™
Learning and Learning Organizations: An Overview
The Virtual Learning Organization: Learning at
the Corporate University Workplace Campus
of Organizational Learning and Knowledgement Management resources
Various Other Performance Programs and Movements
The following can be organizational improvement programs, depending
on how they’re used. (See Broad Overview of Various Programs and Movements
(see Note #1 below.)
For the Category of Organizational Development:
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