From Learning Organization to Enlightened Organization

October 2007
Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management;Oct2007, Vol. 8 Issue 4, preceding p2
Academic Journal
The article describes an organization's transition process from a learning organization into an enlightened one. The basic ingredient that leads to enlightenment is learning. The process starts with infusing a learning culture in the organization. At this stage, an organization is characterized by shared vision, personal mastery, team learning, ability to question mental model sand systems thinking. Another discipline of learning organization is personal mastery, which if practiced to its perfection will manifest into the enlightened self.


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