COLLECTIVE LEARNING IN A LEARNING ORGANIZATION: GROWING TEAM LEARNING CULTURE TO SURVIVE AND DEVELOP
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encourage its member to learn. This learning activity is not only for adapting to
the rapid changing of its internal and external environment, but also for
growing. The effort of a learning organization to create a conducive learning
climate can be indicated by training its members. Working towards a learning
organization has both its strengths and drawbacks. The strengths are it can
improve the organization performance and organization survival. However,
learning too rapid can lead to learning stress. Moreover it can lead to harsh
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