Institutional Innovation: Creating Smarter Organizations to Scale Learning

This report from Deloitte states that in today’s fast-paced and unstable world we have reached an important turning point where success no longer is defined by size, but the ability to learn (and unlearn) rapidly. Facilitating interactions and relationships within and outside the organization will increase learning, adaptability and product innovation. 
 
The report gives a hands-on case study where Li & Fung demonstrates how they are using scalable learning to connect with more than 15,000 suppliers in over 40 countries. Being deep in their eco system of designers and manufacturers from around the world, Li & Fung have great insights in to their concerns, investments and strategies.
 
Three important aspects of pursuing scalable learning
  • Scaling transactions

Reach out to diverse participants and create platforms for short-term transactions to help accelerate learning 

  • Scaling relationships 

Long-term collaborations to develop subject knowledge over time

  • Scaling learning

Creation spaces that amplifies learning among a growing number of participants 

 
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