Replying to LO31164 --
I find it difficult to answer your question because I do not know what
type of answer you are looking for. Still, I would like to say that a
learning organisation promotes learning-oriented processes within
itself and develops the capacity to manage the tensions arising out of
the conclicting requirements of organisational life.
I think, these are organisational processes to circumvent
organisational irrationality... in an ongoing manner.
"Mokone, Petrus" <firstname.lastname@example.org> asked:
>Can you please send me the characteristics of a learning
>organisation. The reason is that I have found your articles useful
>for helping me on how to run organisation.
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