Philosophy of a learning organization

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The Learning Organization is seen as a response to an increasingly unpredictable and dynamic business environment. According to M.Pedler, J. Burgoyne & Tom Boydell, 1991 "A Learning Company is an organization that facilitates the learning of all its members and continually transforms itself"


Commitment of individuals in the organization to Personal mastery (lifelong learning). Continually clarifying and deepening their personal vision, focusing their energies, developing patience, and seeing reality objectively.
1. According to the Shaw & Perkins, 1991, the role of leaders in organizations is to set the necessary conditions for the organization to develop an effective learning capability. That is, managers need to take strategic action and make specific interventions to ensure that learning can occur
2. According to Nicolas Rolland, Unrelated knowledge networks management: new challenges for the CKO takes up the challenge of analyzing how firms manage their knowledge networks to leverage the management positively and the creation of organizational knowledge; and to find out what are the new challenges for the Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO) in this new context. Based on a qualitative research method, the empirical study stresses that the CKO's new roles are based on the management of knowledge networks and especially on increasing unrelated knowledge networks. This implies that there are problems in constellation of knowledge networks management. ...
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