The former is a process of sharing information and understanding between two people or a small group: the latter makes use of systems to share information and understanding with large number of people. Both type of communication occur at all level within an organization, with people outside the organization, and between organizations.
Organization learning focuses on the way people make sense of their experiences at work. The aim of organizing is to enable people to relate other and to work together for a common purpose. The organized group of people in a collective sense is known as organization. (Yvonne 129)
"Organization is the process of identifying and grouping work to be performed, defining and delegating responsibility relationships for the purpose of enabling people to work more effectively together in accomplishing objectives." (Yvonne 149)
Organizational learning is about the effective processing, interpretation of, and response to, information both inside and outside the organization (Ahuja, 2005, p.880). Organization learning helps in bringing administrative efficiency and inculcate within element of success through several ways, which are outlined as follows:
1. Specialization. In the process of organizing, care is taken to see the activities are divided and subdivided into compact and convenient jobs. They are also to be grouped on the basis of similarity. Organizing thus promotes specialization, speedy performance of tasks and efficiency.
2. Well-defined jobs. The jobs of manager and non-managers are clearly defined and differentiated. This helps the process of looking for and selecting the employees and fitting the right person to the right job.
3. Clarifies authority and power. A clear-cut definition of authority enjoyed by each manager and his jurisdiction of activity minimizes conflict and confusion about the respective power and privileges of managers.
4. Avoid duplication of work. In the process of organizing specific jobs are assigned too individuals and work group. Thus organizing helps in avoiding duplication of work and overlapping in responsibilities among various Employees and work units.
5. Basis of coordination. The organization structure serves as a mechanism for coordination and unification of efforts of people. Higher-level managers exercising their authority over interconnected activities of lower level managers bring about harmony at work.
6. Source of support and security. Organizational structure is a source of support, security and satisfaction to managers and employees inn performing their assigned tasks. It recognizes the relative status levels of members enjoy a definite status and position in the organization.
7. Adaptation. Organization structure facilitates adjustment to changes in workload caused by changing conditions in the external environment related to technology, markets, products and resources.
MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCE IN AN ORGANIZATION
Theories of learning be integrated into the design and delivery of training courses
The term Human Resource Management, as opposed to 'personnel', signifies the broader role the management of people now plays in