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An Empirical Study on Organisational Learning with Reference to Employee Development in Best Practice Organisation of Manufacturing Industries, Gujarat?

Journal: International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Business Management (IJPSBM) (Vol.2, No. 1)

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Organization refers to a social system that gathers individuals for specific purposes. To achieve effective organizational functioning, as well as helping an organization to survive in an increasingly dynamic and complex environment, and thus improve the world, it is important to design organizations that are capable of learning. Further organizations used to consider its tangible capitals, such as machinery and money as their organizational assets. However, nowadays, organisations need to work towards achieving competitive advantages by also managing intangible assets, which can be described as the collective brainpower of organisations. Hence it is needed that organizations with learning capability should motivate and train their members to continually expand their capacity for creating desired organizational effects. Organizational learning focuses not only on organizational learning as a whole, but also on individual learning.

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