Exploration of notable learning organizations and leaders leads to four rules of thumb that characterize successful learning organizations. They are: a leader who learns, an involved leader, constant learning in the organization, and permission to say the leader is wrong. Leaders must model, mentor, manage and monitor learning.
leaders, learning organizations
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McGill, Michael E. and Slocum, John W., "Leading Learning" (1994). Historical Working Papers. 167.