The purpose of this article is to discuss the important distinctions between organizational and individual learning.
Important distinctions between organizational and individual learning are explored before presenting five elements of the learning organization.
Three underlying principles are provided as a launching point for future exploration: a learning organization is a knowledge organization; a learning organization is more than the sum of individual learning; and a learning organization is constantly changing and never at maximum efficiency.
This paper discusses the important distinctions between organizational and individual learning.
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