Reason #1: It’s incredibly insightful about how an organization’s structure affects its ability to respond to customers, learn, grow, and be resilient in the face of change. Professionals in workplace learning and performance are often encouraged to develop more business acumen, and this book delivers a new message in that regard.
Reason #2: It goes even further, shining a spotlight on how the organization as a whole learns and increases performance. There are a lot of implications here for L&D departments that are looking to become — and remain — strategic partners in their organizations.
Also, it’s extremely well written — and illustrated! Definitely a different breed for a book about business.
Enjoy as of September 13.