Part 2 Reflection

When understanding the different aspects that go into leadership and management within a learning organization you find the mixture of learning, entrepreneurial spirit, and ethics are needed to influence members within an organization. Senge suggests designing learning practices and applying skills acts as a commitment to learning. We could conclude learning and placing that learning in action is a formidable way to develop as leader and manager within a learning organization.

Take time to read the question pertaining to the second reflection activity below, and develop your own concept of conceptualization, showing how you will achieve an application of skills.


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