Learning Organizations and You

Tuesday, October 02 | 2:00PM–2:30PM
Session Type: Professional Development

The idea of the “learning organization” suggests that redesigning our workplaces to emphasize individual and group learning as the primary goals (as opposed to other priorities like control, production, or efficiency) is the best way to remain relevant in a changing environment. But what would it mean to implement a learning organization model in the average higher education IT or library organization? How would it look or feel different? Don't we learn now? This presentation will answer these questions, impart a few key learning principles, and share real world examples drawn from the NERCOMP Learning Organization Academy.