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Dimensions of the Learning Organization Questionnaire (DLOQ)

A learning organization is one that learns continuously and transforms itself...Learning is a continuous, strategically used process — integrated with and running parallel to work.

It should take you less than 10 minutes to complete this questionnaire.

In the last decade, organizations have experienced wave after wave of rapid transformation as global markets and external political and economic changes make it impossible for any business or service-whether private, public, or nonprofit-to cling to past ways of doing work. A learning organization arises from the total change strategies that institutions of all types are using to help navigate these challenges. Learning organizations proactively use learning in an integrated way to support and catalyze growth for individual workers, teams and other groups, entire organizations, and (at times) the institutions and communities with which they are linked.

In this questionnaire, you are asked to think about how your organization supports and uses learning at an individual, team, and organizational level. From this data, you and your team/organization will be able to identify the strengths you can continue to build upon and the areas of greatest strategic leverage for development toward becoming a learning organization.

 

Please respond to each of the questionnaire items. For each, determine the degree to which this is something that is or is not true. If the item refers to a practice which rarely or never occurs, score it a one [1]. If it is almost always true of your work group, score the item a six [6]. Complete your response by clicking on the appropriate button.

There are no right or wrong answers. We are interested in your perception of how things are at this time.

Thank you for your participation! Please click on the link below to access the survey.

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The DLOQ is copyrighted by Karen E. Watkins & Victoria J. Marsick, 1997.