Definition

Learning organization

 Organization structured around the idea that it should be set up to enable learning ,to share knowledge, to seek knowledge, and to create opportunities to create new knowledge. It would move into new markets to learn about those markets rather than simply to bring a brand to it, or find resources to exploit in it.


Learning organization refers to uses internal and external data to quickly adapt to a changing environment, creating organizational change that improves its competitive position and employee satisfaction.

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