Promoting learning effectively on an institution-wide basis is much less a technological problem than an organizational one. Organizations, especially NGOs, do not function like clockwork but work in organic arrangements, with interdependent parts usually guided by a core ideology. In highly interconnected environments what individuals think, feel or the ways they behave have a much greater impact – not only on themselves – but in the rest of the organization.
The purpose of the Learning Network is to enable Conservation International staff and partners at all levels, individually and collectively, to increase their capacity and to produce results that they really care about.
Use the resources available on Learning Network to learn more about Conservation International's efforts and participate in the Learning Network.