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learning organization

an organization in which paramount importance is attached to the capacity for employees to learn from organizational events and developments in the external environment. Employees are encouraged to respond creatively to this learning. Systems for exchanging information are of great importance in such organizations.
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The main purpose of this empirical study is to examine the relationship between four types of organisational cultures and the shaping learning organisation.
Key Words: Learning organisation theory, Learning public organisations, Organisational culture, Bureaucratic culture, Competitive culture, Participative culture, Learning culture
This article investigates how types of organisational cultures con tribute in shaping learning organisation in the public service system.
This sense of enthusiasm brings to mind the rise and fall of the learning organisation.
I asked why she thought NatWest was a learning organisation and she said we were declared members of the learning organisation network, so we must be one.
It addressed one of the central problems in the concept of the learning organisation.
The relationship between models of knowledge management, which focus on social construction and the creation and maintenance of a learning organisation is indicated.
It increases the amount of learning that is taking place; makes work less frustrating; makes the learning organisation a reality and creates knowledge, insight and understanding that can assist people in their daily lives outside the workplace.
The distinguishing mark of professionalism in architecture in the next decade will be the shift we have already begun in the RIBA from being a learned organisation to becoming a learning organisation.
For this reason, it was realised a descriptive study, which aimed to determine whether the schools of education have the learning organisation features.
The project Self-Assessment and Self-Evaluation in New Forms of Training near the Workplace--A Step Towards the Learning Organisation was undertaken in Bavaria, Germany, to help companies begin the process of becoming learning organizations by helping workers manage their own learning.
The interest will be on whether various models on workplace learning and learning organisations are applicable at schools and whether teachers use informal learning in their work for goal-oriented, continuous competence development.
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