The Learning Organization: Developing Democracy at Work
HarperCollinsBusiness, 2001 - 137 páginas
As our world becomes more complex and uncertain it is crucial for both individuals and organizations to learn regularly and rigorously from their work to enable them to adapt rapidly, capably and continuously to their changing environments - giving them a much higher chance of surviving and developing.
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