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  • A learning organization encourages personal mastery

    學習型組織鼓勵個人掌握

  • and cultivates open feedback

    並培養開放的反饋

  • to see problems and opportunities on all levels.

    在各個層面看到問題和機會;

  • Some argue that learning organizations

    有人認為,學習型組織

  • attract and retain more talents.

    吸引和留住更多的人才。

  • Others say that there is a competitive advantage for

    也有人說,有競爭優勢的

  • an organization whose people learn faster

    學而優則仕

  • than the people of other organizations.

    比其他組織的人。

  • Here are 6 characteristics most have in common.

    這裡有6個特點,大部分都是共同的。

  • They Cherish: An Open Culture.

    他們珍惜。一個開放的文化。

  • Learning organizations encourage everyone to share information,

    學習型組織鼓勵大家分享資訊。

  • admit to mistakes and practice

    認錯改過

  • giving and taking constructive criticism.

    給予和接受建設性的責備。

  • Once the problem is found,

    一旦發現問題。

  • they try to understand its root cause and fix it.

    他們試圖瞭解其根本原因並加以解決。

  • To achieve such a culture: walls are removed,

    要實現這樣的文化:牆體被拆除。

  • information is shared and leaders show their human sides.

    資訊共享,領導者展現人性的一面。

  • They Design and Implement: Feedback Loops

    他們設計和實施。反饋環路

  • Some establish 360 degrees surveys,

    有的建立360度調查。

  • in which people assess themselves, their peers and their bosses.

    人們在其中對自己、同行和老闆進行評估。

  • Employees at 5-star hotels ask guests for their opinions.

    五星級酒店的員工會詢問客人的意見。

  • Top schools may videotape teachers

    頂級學校可對教師進行錄像

  • so they can later study themselves.

    以便他們以後可以自學。

  • Some even make feedback a team effort.

    有的甚至將反饋作為團隊的工作。

  • Before any new project, they all get together to kick things off.

    在任何一個新項目之前,他們都會聚在一起開工。

  • After the project they meet again to share

    項目結束後,他們再次見面分享

  • and reflect on what has happened.

    並反思所發生的一切。

  • They Promote: Personal Mastery

    他們促進。個人掌握

  • Employees try to achieve personal mastery in their fields.

    員工努力實現個人在其領域的掌握。

  • Once they become experts,

    一旦他們成為專家。

  • they feel proud of their work,

    他們為自己的工作感到自豪。

  • they are motivated intrinsically

    他們是有內在動力的

  • and they can create positive change wherever they are.

    他們可以創造積極的變化,無論他們在哪裡。

  • For example, a cleaner might come up with an idea on how to save water

    例如,一個清潔工可能會想出一個如何節水的點子

  • and an accountant on how to save bank fees.

    和會計如何節省銀行費用。

  • The job of the boss is to connect all experts and give directions.

    老闆的工作是連接所有專家,並給予指導。

  • They Plan for: Intelligent Fast Failure.

    他們計劃為。智能化快速失敗。

  • When they build something new,

    當他們建立新的東西。

  • they don't spend time to make assumptions on paper.

    他們不會花時間去做紙上的假設。

  • Instead, they create what's called Minimum Viable Product,

    相反,他們創造的是所謂的最小可行產品。

  • a simple prototype with only the core functions.

    只有核心功能的簡單原型。

  • This is then presented to users as early as possible

    然後儘早呈現在用戶面前

  • to test what they think.

    來測試他們的想法。

  • Because it is imperfect,

    因為它是不完美的。

  • even friends give their honest opinions.

    即使是朋友也會提出自己的真實意見。

  • The goal: fail fast, but collect intelligent information

    目標:快速失敗,但收集智能資訊。

  • so you can improve while going forward.

    好讓你在前進的同時也能提高。

  • They Steal: Best Practices

    他們偷竊。最佳實踐

  • Picasso apparently said that

    畢加索顯然是這樣說的

  • "good artists borrow, great artists steal".

    "好的藝術家借,偉大的藝術家偷"。

  • Learning organizations study others,

    學習型組織學習他人。

  • steal best practices and then implement them fast.

    竊取最佳實踐,然後快速實施。

  • The newspaper The Economists took advice from George Orwell;

    經濟學人報》接受了喬治-奧威爾的建議。

  • its editors never use jargon

    其編輯從不使用專業術語

  • if everyday English works.

    如果日常英語工作。

  • Printing manufacturers stole the razor-and-blades

    印刷廠偷了刀片和刀刃

  • business model from Gillette,

    吉列的商業模式。

  • selling printers cheap but ink expensive.

    打印機賣得便宜,墨水卻很貴。

  • They Cultivate: A Common Vision

    他們培養了。共同願景

  • A learning organization prospers when all members share a common vision.

    當所有成員擁有共同的願景時,一個學習型組織就會蓬勃發展。

  • That way employees can understand

    這樣員工就可以理解

  • the importance of their role,

    其作用的重要性。

  • connect the dots and develop systems thinking.

    聯繫實際,培養系統思維。

  • When goals are clear,

    當目標明確。

  • regulations can be reduced

    規章制度可以減少

  • and people can create their own personal benchmarks of success.

    並且人們可以創造自己的個人成功基準。

  • This reduces bureaucracy, authority and corruption.

    這樣可以減少官僚主義、權力和腐敗。

  • Salesmen and author Zig Ziglar once wrote:

    銷售員、作家齊格-齊格拉曾經寫道。

  • "the only thing worse than training people and having them leave,"

    "唯一比培訓人員和讓他們離開更糟糕的事情,"

  • "is not training them and having them stay."

    "不是訓練他們,而是讓他們留下來。"

  • At a learning organization

    在學習型組織

  • education happens as a side-product of working together,

    教育是共同工作的副產品。

  • as everybody learns from each other

    相互學習

  • to adapt to whatever the future might bring.

    以適應未來可能帶來的一切。

  • If you like our videos and want to support our channel,

    如果你喜歡我們的視頻並想支持我們的頻道。

  • visit us at Patreon.com/Sprouts

    訪問我們的Patreon.com/Sprouts。

  • and see if you want to donate just one dollar.

    看看你是否願意只捐出一元錢。

  • with your support, we plan to create many more

    在您的支持下,我們計劃創造更多的就業機會。

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    關於學習和教育的一分鐘視頻

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