Five Elements of Learning

Marquardt, Michael J.
September 2002
Executive Excellence;Sep2002, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p15
Focuses on the elements of learning organization. Concepts of adaptive, anticipatory and generative learning; Components of an organization with learning; Role of managers and leaders in generating and enhancing the learning opportunities of members.


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