The Reason Behind The Slow Learning Process



     

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    The reason behind the slow learning process. One of the reasons we have seen that organizations have slow learning processes is that the required learning integration activities are outside of the scope of any jobs. By creating learning processes that are spread throughout the organization and are required of everyone, you build the capacity to adapt rapidly to the organization.

    In some cases, management can influence the speed of organizational learning.  Management can increase or slow down the learning process.

    It may seem natural that all organizations would like to be fast but the exact opposite is true. Though speed might put an organization ahead of the competition at first, they will likely end up burning out before the race is over. A majority of organizations are not fast at all. Most firms do not move fast because it takes a special speed strategy in order to successfully move fast. Many corporate leaders are risk-averse, they avoid moving fast because they fear it may result in unnecessary risks and too many costly errors.  It is best for an organization to take its time, but be ready to move quickly when necessary. 

    It is a good idea for an organization to slow down and really refine its product or service, it will also need to recognize which opportunities can help them grow when they find one, be ready to move in and seize it.

    As you can see speeding up is not the answer. It often makes things more complex, consumes more energy and, in the best case, solves only a part of the challenge.  When top teams slow down, they eventually go deeper and faster into achieving their objectives. They deal more effectively with increased complexity and challenges – and they use less energy.  

    This concludes the reason behind slow learning process. 

     

     

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