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Why Organizations Don’t Learn

As any person in leadership will tell you, they believe that in order to stay competitive, their organizations must be continuously learning and improving on a daily basis.  However, even those companies esteemed for their commitment to continuous improvement (Toyota for example), are finding it difficult to practice what they preach. HBR examines in detail, why organizations don’t learn..

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