First Principles of LO LO11771

William J. Hobler, Jr (
Mon, 06 Jan 1997 20:41:54 -0500

Replying to LO11664 --

Marilyn Darling wrote

>I think the core OL idea, expressed in many different ways, is that an
>organization is learning when it is able to "create its own future" -- to
>learn to recognize unpredictable changes in its environment and to learn
>how to continue to get effective, predictable (and continuously better)
>results in that changing environment.

I think you may look into Michael McMaster's "The Intelligence Advantage"
for one definition of organizational learning. Michael always chooses his
words carefully and structures his ideas logically. While I may agree
with him or not he always help clarify my thinking.


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