Organizational Learning and Systems Thinking

EDU 7277 3 Quarter Hours
Course Level CPS - Graduate
Description Offers students an opportunity to compare, contrast, and critique both seminal and modern theories and models of organizational learning and apply them to their own organizational settings. In today’s fast-paced, complex, and interdependent environment, learning must occur constantly in organizations so that knowledge can be created, codified, disseminated, and refined. Leaders must be skilled at creating organizations that sense environmental signals of change to adapt accordingly. This course embraces a systems view of learning at the organizational level of analysis. Course assignments seek to enhance student ability to think systemically and to develop a comprehensive understanding of the core competencies required to create and build cultures of learning in organizations.

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