Optimizing Learning organizations in the Digital Era in the Business Sector in Indonesia

Rr. Ayu Metarini(1*), Umi Rusilowati(2),

(1) Universitas Pamulang, Tangerang Selatan, Banten, Indonesia
(2) 
(*) Corresponding Author




DOI: https://doi.org/10.26858/ja.v10i1.45102

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The advancement of digital technology has brought significant changes to the business sector, creating new challenges and opportunities for organizationsThis paper aims to provide a comprehensive framework for optimizing Learning organizations in the Indonesian business sector. The study adopts a qualitative research design that involves a review of the existing literature on Learning organizations and a case study approach that involves interviews with selected businesses in Indonesia. The data collected through the interviews are analyzed using thematic analysis to identify the current Learning organizations practices and the challenges faced by businesses in optimizing their learning practices in the digital era. The findings of the study suggest that many businesses in Indonesia still rely on traditional methods of learning, which are often ineffective in the digital era. The study identifies several challenges that businesses face in optimizing their learning practices, including a lack of resources, technological barriers, and a lack of understanding of the importance of Learning organizations. Based on the analysis, a comprehensive framework for optimizing Learning organizations in the Indonesian business sector in the digital era is developed. The proposed framework consists of four key components, namely, leadership commitment, learning culture, learning systems, and learning outcomes. The study concludes that the proposed framework can serve as a reference for businesses in Indonesia to develop effective learning strategies and enhance their competitiveness in the digital era.


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Learning organizations; Digital era; Business sector

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