LO and effectiveness LO25110

From: Luis Colorado (luiscolorado@home.com)
Date: 07/26/00

Replying to LO25102 --

Mar-A Claramonte wrote:

> I would like to know the benefits of implementing a LO organisation. If
> the question is a bit straightforward, in other words, how a company is
> affected by implementing a LO environment. I guess that the soft issues
> are more directly concern than the hard aspects. What are the main return
> this management style?


I think that it's useless to mention all the benefits of a LO here, since
it's widely documented. Actually, I believe that the main benefit is
survival. An organization that doesn't learn will not survive on the long

I think that the main problem are not the benefits, but the delay to
receive them. Most managers hesitate to implement measures that will not
be reflected on the bottom line before the end of the current or next
fiscal year. And, in a way, it makes sense if we look to the turn over
rates at the top of many organizations.

Best wishes,

Luis Colorado


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