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Thoughts on self directed learning June 22, 2011

Posted by Null in Academic, HRM, Work Organisations.
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What is it with organisational learning? Many authors talk about it; few people know about it; and no employees are being put to implement it.

Organisational learning can be best implemented if the employees are being put into self directed learning. A company that introduces self directed learning for it’s employees will benefit in many ways. Firstly, the company is engaging in delegating the responsibility within the employees by which the learners will find responsibility with less bossing. Secondly, the learners will try to find their own way of learning since every learner does not have the same pace or style of learning. Finally, the learners can contextualise their learning effectively into their work if the learning has been done according to their own self-direction.

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