Components of Learning process in Organisational behaviour

The components of learning process in organisational behaiviour are
  1. Learning involves change, be it good or bad.
  2. The change in behaviour must be relatively permanent. For that matter, a temporary change in behaviour as a result of fatigue or temporary adaptations are not considered learning.
  3. Only change in behaviour acquired through experience is considered learning. Perception and Learning Therefore, a change in individual's thought process or attitudes, if accompanied by no change in behaviour, would not be learning. For example the ability to walk that is based on maturation disease or physical damages would not be considered learning.
  4. Some form of experience is necessary for learning. Experience may be acquired directly through practice or observation or indirectly as through reading.
  5. Learning is not confined to our schooling only. As a matter of fact, learning is a life long process.

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