Organizations, and Ecosystems1
Learning enables individuals, organizations
change conditioned behavioral routines
to be more adaptive;
generate and evaluate a wider range of hypotheses about the future;
select appropriate mind-tools and environments to enhance their
vs. Strategic Learning1
strategy formulation is a
discrete step that logically precedes strategy implementation.
In strategic organizational learning,
a firm assumes that it cannot realistically tell in advance how the
future will unfold or what will work, and it therefore intertwines
formulations and implementation, continually adjusting its strategy
as it gains new insights through a
trial-and-error process of learning by doing.
Why Strategic Learning?
Strategic learning is the key competency
required by your organization if you wish to survive and thrive in the
knowledge economy. It is driven by
strategic thinking and focuses on the helicopter view of how your
adapts to a rapidly changing world and creates its own future.
Strategy: 2 Logics
The need for strategic organizational learning
has become more apparent as a form competitive rivalry known as
knowledge-based competition has emerged. This emphasis on
knowledge as a competitive weapon is entirely in keeping with the
currently dominant view of
business strategy – resource-based
model or resource-based view
(RBV) of firms.
The RBV focuses on your organization's internal resources
as the key to is
One of the key resources that your organization can draw upon in
sustainable competitive advantage
over your rivals is superior knowledge.
3 Strategies of Market Leaders
Learning SWOT Questions
SWOT analysis is an effective
strategic planning tool. “SWOT” stands
for “Strengths”, “Weaknesses”, “Opportunities” and “Threats”.
Jack Welch's 5 Strategic Questions
SWOT matrix can also be effectively used as a strategic learning tool for
analyzing feedback received from
test marketing of new products and
for making strategic decisions...