Creating an organizational learning culture can empower employees to anticipate

Creating an organizational learning culture can empower employees to anticipate and adapt to change, grow through innovation, and respond to the global marketplace. Kets de Vries and Korotov (2010) noted that with the emergence of the knowledge economy, companies that play an active role in educating their workforce and that have put into place a structured leadership development process will have competitive advantage.
Attracting, developing, and retaining talent may well be the most critical function of today’s organizational leadership. What is the value of a leader developing and cultivating the next generation of the organization’s leaders? How do you best acquire and process information to help advocate within your organization for what you need as a leader and a learner?

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