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John Burgoyne believes that the value of accompany is held as much in its knowledge economy, as it is in its capital value and assets. He describes this knowledge as social capital. Social capital is concerned with learning capability as well as social knowledge. Burgoyne says that organisations need to develop their learning capabilities. He suggests that learning is done in two ways, natural learning and formal learning.
THE LEARNING ORGANISATION
Learning as you go long, through trail and error. Encouraged in free-thinking environments that promote creativity. Using methods such as Communities of Practice (CoP), coaching and mentoring.
The four core disciplines
Deliberate interventions to facilitate transfer of knowledge, including training days, workshops and lectures.
The Fifth discipline