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Running head: ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING 1 Organizational Learning Student’s Name: Institution affiliation: Organizational Learning Learning is an important aspect for the organization as the staffs are provided opportunities to grow and learn. Experience is a function of learning within an organization and this helps to position a firm strategically in the global market. Learning can be regarded as process improvement which comprises of increases in profits, efficiency and accuracy. There are four ways through which an organization can learn and they include individual, team, organizational and inter-organizational. To evaluate whether an organization is learning or not, one can observe how small units conduct their duties. The function done by the smaller units should be able to transform the organization considerably. Therefore, the aim of the paper is to discuss various ways through an organization can adapt to enhance learning.
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  • Spring '17
  • senior staff, Organizational Learning

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