Organizational Learning

Organizational learning assures the continuity of knowledge (defined as the capacity and capability for effective action) and transfer of learning to achieve a state of sustained commitment to the business purpose. To enable organizational learning, business skills as well as individual and team behaviors need to be harnessed through the development of learning strategies:

  • Shared Visioning - The ability of the organization to create a meaningful and common understanding of direction.
  • Personal Mastery - The capacity to clarify what is important for success and to achieve it.
  • Mental Modeling – Understanding our internal pictures of the world to see how they shape thinking and actions.
  • Team Learning - Developing the capacity for collective intelligence and productive conversation.
  • Systems Thinking – The ability to see the whole, perceive long-term patterns, understand interdependencies, develop alternatives, and recognize earlier the consequences of our actions.