What is it about?

The authors propose an ecosystem model that entails three subsystems for Organizational Learning. Leaders in organizations need to re-design their organizations to incorporate learning at all levels, i.e. individuals, teams and organization-wide.

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Why is it important?

Learning should be an overarching approach within and beyond the boundaries of the organizations; for organizations to learn effectively, learning should be strategized and institutionalized.


Organizations should look into learning as an enabler toward creativity and innovation, which should ultimately lead to excellence and fulfilling the needs of all stakeholders. Organizations should be consciously aware of their emerging intangible assists and proactively encourage their people toward more creativity. Learning can be institutionalized, and the organization transforms into a Learning-Driven Organization.

Dr Alaa Garad
University of Portsmouth

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This page is a summary of: The learning-driven organization: toward an integrative model for organizational learning, Industrial and Commercial Training, July 2019, Emerald,
DOI: 10.1108/ict-10-2018-0090.
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