Reviews the development of the concept of the learning organization, and describes a project which developed a range of practical tools to be used by trainers and line managers in order to help their organizations become learning organizations. Explains how these tools, consisting of workshop designs, exercises, questionnaires and diagnostic instruments, are structured around ten key actions, and illustrates their successful employment by recounting the experiences of an insurance company.
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