Published

8

Nov

2018

Position Paper

Mapping #4 from ad hoc to strategic learning

Today, it has become clear that no single person can understand the entire environment of any organization. It is a fact that no competitive advantage lasts forever, and that has never been more apparent. Even the giant tech companies face fierce competition, and must constantly innovate to stay afloat.

Mapping #4 from ad hoc to strategic learning

In a world full of changes, decentralization is a must. Decisions must be delegated and taken as quickly as possible. This brings its own set of problems... How to coordinate efforts? How to communicate effectively? How to leverage the knowledge the organization has?

From Ad-hoc to Strategic Learning examines the current state of organizational learning. It shows the importance of formal and informal learning systems and the pitfalls associated with learning. This paper outlines a framework that changes the way an organization can manage its knowledge, discover more opportunities that may become future competitive advantages, and enable you to get ahead and stay ahead

Mapping #4: From ad-hoc to strategic learning

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