Replying to LO26071 --
Thank you for some insight Sandy.
The classical learning and LO are textbook definitions. The prof does not
stray from the books.
I think from how I understand your message...LO are more commonly used in
modern companies like e-commerce. The classical learning is more used in
larger, "Built to Last" companies.
If this is the case, do you think that changing to a LO might have saved
some of the recent Built to Last companies from merging or going bankrupt?
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