While all organizations understand that continuous learning is instrumental to success, most would also agree that it is an ideal that is very difficult to achieve...
After ten years of research, Brad Staats of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and Francesca Gino of Harvard Business School, have concluded that there are four biases that stand in the way of continuous organizational learning. In their HBR article ‘Why Organizations Don’t Learn’, Staats and Gino explain that organizations often don’t learn because people focus too heavily on success, are too quick to act, try too hard to fit in, and rely too much on experts.
In this webinar, Brad Staats elaborates on these four biases and suggests tactics for overcoming each.
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