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Report and Presentation
Purpose: To allow students to demonstrate their ability to research, critically analyse trends and issues in creating and managing a learning organisation in Australia today.
Topic: A Learning Organisation
Task Details: you are to identify an organisation that is considered a Learning Organisation.
Companies listed below are not available for selection.
Apple, Coca-Cola, Cognizant, Dell, Google, Honda, LG, Lumosity, MacDonald, Nisan, Panasonic, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, Sony, Telstra, Toyota, Walmart, Xerox.
Report: you have to explain, using referenced theories and writings as support, why the organisation is in fact a Learning Organisation. You also need to identify the costs and benefits of the organisation's approaches to various stakeholders. The analysis and findings need to be formatted into a professionally presented report.
Research requirements: you need to support their analysis with support from the text and a minimum of 8 suitable, reliable, current and academically acceptable sources - this should include at least 4 academic journal articles.
Presentations: Using your report content, you are to present their analysis and findings/conclusions in a professional 10 (ten) minute oral presentation supported with appropriate visual aids e.g. a PowerPoint presentation of a suitable length.
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One of the concepts that is being extensively used in today's times is the theory of learning organization. Learning organization is an organization which knows how well to change itself to match and complement the changes taking place in the environment. Ford Motors is one of those companies which took several steps to learn from the environment changes and took the recognition as a learning organization.
The report highlights the theory of learning organization and its application to Ford Motors. Evaluation of why is the company recognized as such, has also been made, followed by the analysis at to what were the impacts of such learning, The report finally ends with a conclusion on the relevance of calling Ford Motors a learning organization and the impacts of their learning.