The Relationship between Learning Facilitators and Transforming into a Learning Organization: An Empirical Study of the Insurance Sector in Jordan

Mohi-Adden Yahya Al-Qutop, Sahar Moh'd Futa, Ahmad Ismail Ma'ani

Abstract


This study examined first the degree to which the insurance sector companies in Jordan are considered learning organizations; depending on the five disciplines of Peter Senge: Personal Mastery, Mental Models, Shared Vision, Team Learning and System Thinking. And also the study examined the relationship between five learning facilitators: Culture, Structure, MIS, HRM Strategies and leadership and the learning organization. A sample of 230 employees was selected randomly, representing 7 companies out of 28. A descriptive analytical methodology was used. The results showed that the insurance sector in Jordan is moving towards transferring into a learning organization. Pearson correlation coefficient was used for hypothesis testing. The results indicated that there is a strong positive relationship between learning facilitators and the 5 learning organization disciplines.

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International Business Research  ISSN 1913-9004 (Print), ISSN 1913-9012 (Online)

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