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  • Knowledge creation. Involves new insights into the organisation.
  • Knowledge retention. The utilization of knowledge gained in transformation of the organization
  • Knowledge transfer. The sharing of knowledge with other stakeholders

These three elements are a key part  of an organisational knowledge management strategy. Organizational learning can involve formal training in addition to individual learning at micro or macro levels.

Why Make Organizational Learning Part of Your Culture?

The organizational culture represents “how things are done” in the work environment but a change from this corporate thinking is necessary. Occasional formal training is often inadequate to make learning a lifelong narrative. Instead, Mary K. Winkler and Saunji D. Fyffe of the Urban Institute suggest that businesses need to move from a compliance culture to a learning culture:

Source: Strategies for Cultivating an Organizational Learning Culture by Mary K. Winkler and Saunji D. Fyffe

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