The Impact of Learning Organization on the Performance of Organizations and Job Satisfaction of Employees: An Empirical Study on Some Public and Private Universities in Bangladesh

Zahidul Karim, Md. Mahfuzur Rahman


Learning organization is a growing concern that has become a widespread philosophy in contemporary society and business. This provides a platform to build capacity of human resources where people can learn continually, nurture new patterns of thinking and develop a culture of collective learning to produce desired results. Watkins & Marsick (1993) has proposed seven dimensions of learning organization that are useful to measure the performance of organizations and job satisfaction of employees. In order to create learning organization, organizations can use different techniques, such as: team learning, system connection, knowledge management, shared vision, and strategic leadership that are proposed by Peter Senge (1990). There is a significant research gap to measure the impact of learning organization on the public and private universities in Bangladesh. Thus, this research reveals the impact of learning organization on the overall performance of the universities and job satisfaction of their faculty members. The practice of effective learning organization can improve the performance of the universities and their employees’ jab satisfaction.

Keywords: Learning Organization, Impact, Culture, Job satisfaction, Performance, and Universities.

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