Dear all,
'In the long run, the only sustainable source of competitive advantage is your organization's ability to learn faster than its competition.' by Peter Senge, MIT
Here's an article on understanding the need of Learning and identifying the right path for Learning and Development of your organization.
With Gratitude,
Sonali Sharma
Educationist, Trainer, Coach

From India, Bangalore

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Dear Sonali,

Very sweet and brief but sufficient to arouse curiosity to know more. Well done. I have one question as 80% of Indian Companies and 90% of family owned business houses fall in the two following categories with the lion share in the first one.

After 30+ yrs as an HR professional and currently a consultant to some such organisations I am at a loss as to how bring upon them the realisation and even if successful in that find it even more difficult to effect the desired change at the required pace. This is mainly because most of these companies inspite of being in one of the following categories have a healthy topline and a comfortable bottom line without investing in trying to change the situation into the third category mentioned by you. Your suggestions pl to how to bring that change without rocking the boat too strongly.

• ORGANIZATIONS WHICH ARE STILL AUTHORITARIAN AND CONTROLLING AND DON’T FEEL THE NEED OF CREATING LEADERSHIP AT ALL LEVELS AND HENCE NO TRAININGS FOR SELF DEVELOPMENT AND MASTERY. Such organizations will either cease to exist or will just survive, given the current progressive and competitive environment, if they don’t change.

• ORGANIZATIONS WHICH ASSUME THEY ARE LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS, BUT THEY DON’T UNDERSTAND THE TRUE MEANING OF LEARNING. Such organizations invest a lot of time and money organizing trainings and other learning opportunities, but fail to create the desired results. They fail to distinguish between meaning learning which happens through experiential and scientific trainings which empower your skills and being from traditional trainings which are just about downloading of information or temporary motivation. Like, learning how to swim either by reading a manual or swimming, or attending a motivation seminar on swimming, or actually jumping in the pool with proper coaching and mentoring.

Thanks and regards


From India, Bangalore
Dear Ms. Sonali Sharma
I had read your article and sounds really interesting but i still feel organisations are following traditional old approach and they are authoritative while dealing with employees which are creating disturbances within organisations.
Keep posting information that can help us to acquire more and more knowledge.
With profound regards

From India, Chennai
hello all. can anyone please share the latest trends being followed in Learning & Development & PMS...
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