Learning styles of orgs LO7311

John Farago (jfarago@cix.compulink.co.uk)
Mon, 6 May 96 12:10 BST-1

Replying to LO7192 --

On 5 May Tony DiBella wrote:

>Subject: Types of learning LO7192
>This is a follow-up to comments about individual versus organizational
>learning styles:
>Organizational learning style is not an extension of the learning
>styles of individuals. Individual learning styles are [message cut].
> To identify learning styles of organization first requires the
>identification and then matrixing of dimensions of
>learning as a collective/organizational undertaking.

Tony, could you please explain what you mean by that last sentence? I have
been puzzling about what we really do mean by organizational learning and
organizational learning styles.


John Farago <jfarago@cix.compulink.co.uk>

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