The Basic Components Of Launching Learning Organization

844 Words Oct 27th, 2015 4 Pages
Continuous improvement programs is an uninterrupted effort to create entities superior and countless organizations rely on these for enhanced improvements. But why we need it? What we want from it? Why build it? A key prerequisite towards learning demands a strong commitment. However, an absenteeism of inclination to acquire fresh techniques, the organization is certain of reiterating the unchanged traditional methods. These act as a pull-down force against improvement. Three M’s: Method, management and measurement are the basic components of launching learning organization. Moreover, a proper understanding of the basic components is necessary for moving forward. A fresh perception for problem-solving, experimentation, learning from past experiences & others and transferring knowledge is essential for developing long lasting improvements. Various executives from Analog devices, Chaparral Steel, Xerox, IBM, and Boeing have understood their shortcomings and developed an improved version with the modern viewpoint. Motorola executives used the benchmarking approach for the organization. Garvin refers to various terminologies about the learning organization by different scholars such as Peter Senge and Nonoka. Senge recommends the use of five component technologies that consists of system thinking, personal mastery, mental models, shared visions & team building to achieve the learning organization. Furthermore, Nonoka strategy claims about account focus thinking, encourage…
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