Reveals that research using a new learning organisation benchmarking implementation model has found that Australian organisations are increasingly committed to adopting, and implementing, learning organisation principles. Discusses the debate over individual and organisational learning. Outlines a ten‐principle learning organisation benchmarking and implementation model and describes the methodology used to establish its validity. Shows how organisations can determine the extent of the shortfall between the importance accorded learning organisation principles and the extent of their implementation. It has the ability to identify sectoral trends and reveal individual organisation weaknesses. Concludes that the model is an effective means of establishing an organisation’s status, providing a vehicle for evolution into a learning organisation.
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