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Learning organization characteristic 3

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Characteristic of learning organisation are system thinking, personal mastery, mental model, shared vision, and team learning

Characteristic of learning organisation are system thinking, personal mastery, mental model, shared vision, and team learning

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  • 1. learning organizationcaharcteristics Peter  Senge   perspec,ve   Uwes A. Chaeruman http://teknologipendidikan.net
  • 2. characteristic #3 mentalmodel
  • 3. the  assump*ons  held  by  individuals  and   organiza*ons  are  called   The assumptions held by indi- viduals and organizations are called: mentalmodelSenge,  P.M.  1990  
  • 4. to become a learning organization, these models must be challenged. Individuals tend to espouse theories, which are what they intend to follow, and theories-in- use, which are what they actually do. Senge,  P.M.  1990  
  • 5. Similarly, organizations tend to have ‘memories’ which preserve certain behaviours, norms and values. Easterby-­‐Smith,  M.  ,  Crossan,  M.,  and  Nicolini,  D.  2000  
  • 6. In creating a learning environment it is important to replace confrontational attitudes with an open culture that promotes inquiry and trust.O’Keeffe,  T.  2002  
  • 7. To achieve this, the learning organization needs mecha- nisms for locating and assessing organiza- tional theories of action. -­‐  Argyris,  C.  1999  
  • 8. characteristic #4 shared vision NEXT  

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