Organizational learning is critical to the success of an organization. As employees learn, they may share their learning with other employees. Unfortunately, the sharing of learning is subject to the amount of constant pressures to perform and produce. Learning is much more than attending a few workshops. A true learning environment calls for time to practice new skills, room to experiment, and accountability for application and sharing. You’ll take a closer look at organizational learning within your organization.
- What are the most effective methods of educating and developing employees? Why are those methods particularly effective? Share specific companies who have done this well.
- How has your organization performed in developing its employees?
- What are some deficiencies in the learning process? For example—once explicit knowledge is transferred in a workshop, what is the process for application of the new information from the employee perspective? What are some improvements you’d recommend for organizational learning?
- Assess the organizational learning that occurs in your organization—how has it enhanced performance? How has it enabled individuals to be more innovative?
The final paragraph (three or four sentences) of your first post should summarize the one or two key points that you are making in your initial response.
Your initial posting should be the equivalent of 1 page (500 words)