Becoming a Learning Organization
Explores the elements which constitute a genuine learning organization and how they can be incorporated into Verizon Business so that the company can avoid making the same mistakes it made in the past.
# 89178 | 1,125 words | 5 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Business (Companies) , Business (Administration) , Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources) , Business (Business Plans)
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This paper examines the elements of a learning organization, chiefly the five learning disciplines as defined by Peter Senge, and looks at how these elements can be applied to an organization undergoing a profound change process. Moreover the paper details how human resources can become involved in the process and how double loop learning, first advanced by Chris Argyris, can allow Verizon Business to avoid the errors which doomed the former WorldCom.
From the Paper:"The following paper will briefly explore the disciplines or elements which constitute a genuine learning organization and how these elements can be incorporated into Verizon Business (formerly WorldCom) so as to avoid the pitfalls of the past. The paper also examines the concept of double-loop learning and contemplates how this can be used to benefit Verizon Business in the present and future. No less importantly, the paper points out the integral role that human resources will play in the company's future as it sets about shifting from an embattled former entity to a prosperous twenty-first century corporation. With this in mind, it is to a discussion of these issues that we now turn."
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