Can bilateral programmes become learning organisations? Experiences from institutionalising participation in Keiyo Marakwet in Kenya
This article explores the question of whether the principles of organisational learning can be successfully adopted in complex bilateral programmes. Organisational learning is seen by many organisations as a means of attaining organisational change for greater impact on development. It covers the areas of team learning, shared vision, common goal, and strategy, and has had impressive results in non-profit organisations and in the private sector.