Why a learning organization? LO29169

From: Alexis Boisson (alexis.boisson@illuminatnm.com)
Date: 09/12/02

Replying to LO24189 --

In answer to the need for a learning organization... let's agree that an
organization is a living organism, consisting of humans. In my view
learning is a prerequisite for philosophical growth in humans... when one
stops learning they become prone to repeating their mistakes. And although
it is true that sometimes one's mistakes can be profitable, many if not
most mistakes aren't. Where mistakes affect the profitability of an
organization, sustainability becomes an issue. It is therefore imperative
that organizations learn, in doing so they put themselves in a position to
proactively take whatever action is necessary to ensure their continued



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