Organizational Learning Case Study by hicaliber

Organizational Learning
This paper discusses the implementation of organizational learning, making use of a case study of the Alyeska pipeline system.
# 94532 | 785 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on May 01, 2007 in Business (Companies) , Business (Applied Operations) , Business (Human Resources)

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In this article, the writer presents an examination of organizational learning and its implementation. Using a short case study of the Trans-Alaska pipeline system, the writer explores how the Alyeska Pipeline Service company uses organizational learning to train its 1,800 employees over an 800 mile geographic area. The writer explains that organizational learning begins with individual learning and doing something, reflecting on the consequences of that action, allowing that reflection to influence the next action, reflecting on that and repeating it until the tasks are mastered. The writer concludes that organizational learning incorporates the multiple learning style theory, as it provides several different approaches to cement the same concepts and skills for the individuals of the training group.

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Sample of Sources Used:

  • A Simple Introduction to Organizational Learning(accessed 06-10-06)
  • Case Study: Training on the Last Frontier (accessed 06-10-06)
  • Organizational learning (accessed 06-10-06)

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