Guidelines for building a learning organization: a syllabus
Not a book in the traditional sense, Bill Hitt has developed a comprehensive outline or syllabus of ideas, questions, problems, principles, & exercises to help transform organizations into true learning organizations. The guide can be beneficial to any manager who wants to embark on the journey of building a learning organization. This can be a manager in any type of organization & at any level in the organization. Hitt's four-part strategy includes identifying your organization's present strengths, learning the principal concepts associated with learning organizations, being an active learner &, finally, integrating all that has been learned through case studies. By completing these four steps, you will have developed some of the essential tools for transforming your present organization into a true learning organization.
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