A major characteristic of a learning culture is that individuals, teams, and whole organizations are constantly learning how to learn. They are learning how to acquire the knowledge and skills that they need to help the organization be successful. The teacher-centered, classroom-focused, right-and-wrong answer, static instructional environment that was the primary modality in the schools they attended does not fit the rapidly changing, technology mediated, on-demand knowledge and skills that are needed in today’s organizations. In this environment, people need to be continually figuring out different ways to learn, whether that be individually using new technology, or in teams that are trying to become more effective, or as the whole organization learning how to communicate, how to use resources more efficiently, or how to make better decisions.
Via Miloš Bajčetić, Yashy Tohsaku, juandoming, michel verstrepen, OFFICIAL ANDREASCY