The organizational learning maturity scale can be taken with a cross-functional group of employees from different levels and departments to discuss the following questions and answers. The group’s answers are not as important as the conversations generated by the questions about what it means to be a company managing minds. While the focus is exclusively on learning, which is at the heart of a managing minds organization, the answers will highlight the basic conditions needed in a culture to even attempt managing minds.

The assessment is composed of 20 statements grouped into four categories. The group needs to choose and agree on the statement that best describes the current practices in the company ...

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