organizational learning

  

Definition

Organization-wide continuous process that enhances its collective ability to accept, make sense of, and respond to internal and external change. Organizational learning and is more than the sum of the information held by employees. It requires systematic integration and collective interpretation of new knowledge that leads to collective action and involves risk taking as experimentation.

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  • Our organizational learning capabilities were among the best I have seen and I knew it would take us to new heights.

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  • You should strive to have good organizational learning so that your business is always getting stronger and wiser every day.

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  • The three-day retreat they company was having on updated best policies and practices and the vision for the future direction of growth was one part of their strategy to promote organizational learning.

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