Organizations do not organically develop into learning organizations; there are factors prompting their change. As organizations grow, they lose their capacity to learn as company structures and individual thinking becomes rigid. When problems arise, the proposed solutions often turn out to be only short term (single loop learning) and re-emerge in the future. To remain competitive, many organizations have restructured and a cultural change. To create a competitive advantage, companies need to learn faster than their competitors and to develop a customer responsive culture. Join Chief Douglas Cline as he explores the Learning organization concept with why it is important to success of building a winning team.
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