Replying to LO25261 --
GDBurch <GDBurch@aol.com> writes:
> I have this wonderful opportunity to design and ask these organizations
> about their practices, and I want to make it as productive as possible.
> From a Learning Organization perspective - if you could ask this group of
> manufacturers anything you want - what would you ask?
- What things have you learned, in the last 5 years, that has improved your
company the most? (Note: the answer could use a different time period.)
- In what ways has it improved the company?
- Do you think you'll learn as much in the next 5 years?
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