Welcome to LO Chris!
> The general manager read the book somewhere and found the book very
> useful, so he try to promote the organizational learning theory and
> practice. Unfortunately it failed. Since I came to study I don't know why
> it is stopped.
I think it's an excellent question, why does the learning organization get
There are successful case examples, but there are also lots of people
who've tried it and then withdrawn the effort.
One factor is that this is not easy, and there are some serious skills
needed. Just wanting to be a learning organization isn't enough. I look to
see if people are serious, serious enough to build the skills, stay with
it through the rough spots... Serious enough about the benefits in order
to stay with it. No one said it would be easy.
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