Some people say that the expectation of conformity implied in organizational learning is a threat to the free will of individuals. Do you agree? Should managers favor organizational learning or individual learning for their employees?

Read: Quality Management (Knowles) Ch 13 p 150-166, Ch 15 p 177-185 Leading Learning Organizations (Senge) – https://my.uopeople.edu/pluginfile.php/547170/mod_book/chapter/199143/LeadingLearningOrgs.p

Read:

Quality Management (Knowles) Ch 13 p 150-166, Ch 15 p 177-185

Leading Learning Organizations (Senge) – https://my.uopeople.edu/pluginfile.php/547170/mod_book/chapter/199143/LeadingLearningOrgs.pdf

Learning Organizations (Marsick) – https://my.uopeople.edu/pluginfile.php/547170/mod_book/chapter/199143/MarsickLearningOrgs.pdf

Supplemental Reading:

1992 Report of the Auditor General – https://my.uopeople.edu/pluginfile.php/547170/mod_book/chapter/199143/Chapter5TheLearningOrg.pdf

Wonacott, Michael E.  The learning organization: theory and practice – https://my.uopeople.edu/pluginfile.php/547170/mod_book/chapter/199143/TheLearningOrgTheoryPractice.pdf

part 1

Some people say that the expectation of conformity implied in organizational learning is a threat to the free will of individuals. Do you agree? Should managers favor organizational learning or individual learning for their employees?

Please answer in 200 words or more. As usual, use your own words – please do not copy and paste from a web site. Be sure to reference your sources.

Part 2

In the learning journal, you should record your activities, and record problems you may have encountered, as well as your notes and thoughts about the material. In addition, you should consider the following questions for reflection:

How can your organization (any organization you are a part of – professional, volunteer, etc; if you are not part of an organization, use University of the People) benefit from organizational learning? How would you implement it?