The following are articles in my Delicious library that include the tag "LearningOrganization."
From Harold Jarche, a blog post on The Networked Enterprise and Learning Support. In it he argues that training is often a solution in search of a problem, and that we need to understand, encourage and support social learning in the enterprise.
From Bersin & Associates' blog, "The Business of Talent," comes a post visualizing a model for modernize corporate training:an Enterprise Learning Framework.
From Eric Davidove, a video on YouTube, entitled "Phenomenal Learning," describing how Web 2.0 technologies can help develop a learning organization. He says, "Web 2.0 technologies enable the development and delivery of phenomenal learning. Learning is naturally a social experience and comes about primarily from discussion, collaboration, sharing, practicing, and feedback. Watch this podcast to understand what I mean by Phenomenal Learning and a way in which we can employ Web 2.0 technologies to the learning experience."
In this blog post, Michelle Martin of The Bamboo Project asks and answers the question: "How Do You Create a Culture of Sharing?"
Edward Volchok looks at the topic a bit differently in his article for eLearn Magazine, entitled "Virtual Teams: Making the Online Classroom a Learning Organization."