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MS in Human Resource Development
The purpose of this preliminary investigation is to examine key aspects of a learning organization such as knowledge sharing, mentoring, and teamwork. Specifically, the study examines importance and satisfaction levels of ten conditions which may or may not exist in a work environment reported by 53 Human Resource Development (HRD) professionals. These ten conditions were developed from a content analysis of related literature. To assess the likelihood of the existence of these conditions in organizations, HRD professionals were asked to complete a survey and report importance and satisfaction levels for ten defining conditions of a learning organization. The findings showed that the mean response rate for levels of importance was higher than the mean response rate for the levels of satisfaction for every condition.
Canto, Jaun C., "Conditions of a Learning Organization: A Preliminary Examination" (2000). Education Masters. Paper 180.
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