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Mgmt3614OBWk2C1Learning

Mgmt3614OBWk2C1Learning - Week2:Individualand Objectives...

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Organizational Behavior Week 2: Individual and  Organizational Learning
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2 3 -1 Objectives Describe the model of adult learning Identify individual learning styles and their  characteristics Distinguish between adaptive and generative  learning Describe the characteristics of a learning  organization
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3 Why Is Continuous Learning Important? Rapidly changing business environments require that a company’s managers and employees learn faster than their competitors Hence, continuous learning is a necessity for both individuals and organizations
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4 Learning Learning—individually and together— has become an essential individual  and organizational capacity. A learning organization is an  organization skilled at creating acquiring , and transferring  knowledge and at modifying its behavior  to reflect  new knowledge and insights.
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5 Adult Learners Organizations are made up of  adult  adult  learners learners  who… Learn best  reciprocally  (through equal  relationships of give and take); Prefer learning that is  experience-based ; Like the opportunity to  personally apply their  learning  to  practical problems ; Prefer a learning environment that is  individualized  and  self-directed ; and… Need to integrate  learning  and  living .
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6 Kolb’s Experiential Learning Model Reflective Observation (discussion; debriefing) Concrete Experience (class activities) Abstract Conceptualization (reading) Active Experimentation (personal application assignments) Knowledge
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7 Learning Styles People learn in different ways.
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