Society for Organizational Learning
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The Society for Organizational Learning (SoL) is an American organization founded in 1997 by Peter Senge. It replaced the Center for Organizational Learning at MIT. Since 1999, SoL publishes its own journal, "Reflections". Its European Counterpart was the European Consortium for the Learning Organisation (ECLO), established in Brussels in 1990. It was founded by several European multinationals as a response to the US orientated approach of Peter Senge with a special emphasis to the European complexity of regions, nations, history, tradition, etc. Its Journal "The Learner" and its electronic version "eLearner" were among the oldest publications in this field. SoL communities have emerged around the world, including in France, Sweden, and Singapore. Global coordination of SoL is done by the GASC (Global Association of SoL Communities), also known as Global SoL.
SoL had a "Sustainability Consortium" which helped large corporations including Unilever, Coca-Cola, Seventh Generation, and Schlumberger share ideas and tackle common issues related to sustainability. The ECLO regularly cooperated with EU projects to promote the idea of sustainable learning, conceptualizing projects, and disseminating its results.
- Nadya Zhexembayeva (May 2007). "Becoming Sustainable: Tools and Resources for Successful Organizational Transformation." Case Western University, Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, Vol. III, Issue II.
- Global SoL
- SoL Singapore
- SoL France
- SoL Bulgaria
- SoL Spain
- Society for Organizational Learning
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