November 05, 2012

EFQM and Learning in organization

So many things in common! I mean these two different studies have a similar nature. Just look at RADAR and learning cycle - they have similar components. RADAR: Determing Results, Plan and develop Aproaches, Deploy these approaches, Asses and Refine. Now lets see what learning cycle consistes of: observe, assess, design and implement. Almost the same components. The diference is that RADAR is applicable to every business process and learning is about learning.

However, what I found more interesting, is that the implementation of EFQM to the company, automaticaly bring the learning into the company. Is it mean that to become a Learning Organization company doesn't have to concentrate on developing learning strategy but try to deploy continuious improvement to each business component? Because learning can go as a co-product of continuious improvement.

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