Flexibility Learning Organization in Organizational Leadership


  • Wahyudin Maguni


Learning Organization, Management LO, Leadership in Organizations.


The process of learning that occurs in an individual level, team / group and organization must be done effectively in order to improve the competition ability of the organization, the ability to face any changes in the organization's environment and the ability to integrate themselves with other organizations. Learning organization (organizational learning) is one of the characteristics of 21st century organizations, because such organizations are able to answer the challenges faced while ensuring the creation of life and survival of the organization. Organizations which have the advantage in the future will be the organizations that continue to foster the commitment and capacity to learn at all levels of the organization members. Experienced leader will be able to evaluate the situation, if necessary able to take command, yet flexible enough to loosen and remove it. This skill allows the various lines of action in a flexible but surely. Each organization will be a process of interaction and interplay between the continuous structure of formal and informal structures. Informal communication both within the organization can thrive if provided social space, so it can trigger creativity, take a load off your mind and drive the process of change. An understanding of the details of the head of the organization involved in social networks will increase the effectiveness of the role of individuals in the organization.

Organizational capability to adapt to the dynamic environment and the capability to change and evolve will be determined by the agents of change within the organization. In this condition required the presence of a leader who has a vision far ahead, the leadership of which have a high sense of change, leaders are aware of his position amid a constantly changing environment.


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How to Cite

Maguni, W. (2015). Flexibility Learning Organization in Organizational Leadership. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 24(1), 24–36. Retrieved from https://gssrr.org/index.php/JournalOfBasicAndApplied/article/view/4084