Leading in Organizational Learning
Organizational Intelligence aims to speed up the unlocking and transfer of tacit knowledge, recognize opportunities and solve business problems faster. This intellectual capital must ensure that your new business solutions quickly reach the market, meet the client needs, and fit the desired result. Integration of all system components in your operations (products and services) requires active Organizational Learning in order to do things “deeper, broader, and faster.” This can be achieved by clarifying roles, responsibilities, and accountabilities within your organization. Enable Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management by stimulating collaboration among employees. Deploy the most appropriate technologies. Measure by business results and personal outcomes. Revaluate organizational relationships.
KeywordsKnowledge Management Tacit Knowledge Organizational Learn Intellectual Capital Knowledge Asset
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