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The responsibilities of members in an organization that is learning

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As organizations move toward organizational learning the responsibilities of members change. Organizational members, themselves, should be giving consideration to what these new responsibilities should be, rather than leaving this task to management. Six possible responsibilities are suggested here to begin such a discussion. These responsibilities call on organizational members to accept greater responsibility for the generation and sharing of knowledge, but equally important is determining the organization's purpose and sharing in its governance.
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Keywords: Communication; Empowerment; Governance; Organizational Change; Organizational Learning; Responsibility

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: April 1, 1998

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