“Learning culture” refers to an organization’s ability and willingness to embrace individual and organizational learning as a strategic part of its business strategy. In other words, does your organization focus primarily on “results” or does it also embrace the strategy that the organization itself is an organism of people who must continuously develop, grow, and adapt to meet changing market conditions? The former is an example of an execution culture, whereas the latter is reflective of a learning culture. The table below explains the difference between the two.
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