Embrace learning culture and win


Jack Welch’s story is not just that he learnt something new. He created an organisation of individuals who were always learning and growing. He created a learning organisation. — Reuters

CALL it crazy, paranoia or just plain kiasu, but for employees in organisations which constantly grow and remain at the top, it is a crisis if they do not improve each day.

Hiroshi Okuda, the former chairman of Toyota Motor Corporation, once proclaimed, “Failure to change is a vice.”

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