In this course, students will learn about different learning interventions that challenge individual thinking. The course builds on knowledge about how to lead and manage change. Students will be required to solve practical case problems using different high-level concepts of organizational learning at the individual, team and organization level. They will learn how theory interchanges with practice helping to enlighten the learning process by which individual thinking is transformed. Specific topics relate to individual, group, and organization learning, learning models, developing a culture of learning, vicarious group learning, absorptive capacity and much more. Students will learn the role that different learning interventions play and be able to practice them in places of work. The course explores organisation learning through a complex lens of external environmental inputs and internal processes related to learning cycles and learning routines enabling reflection between thought and action. Accordingly, students will acquire knowledge about how to transform their existing stocks of knowledge, how to measure overall learning capability, and how this enables an organization to switch more effectively between exploiting and exploring knowledge.. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply different learning interventions to practical case projects and be able to solve complex learning issues in places of work.