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Improving CSR - Organizational Learning and Change

The Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) model is simple but valuable in promoting organizational learning and continuous improvement. In a 4-5 page paper, not including the cover and reference pages, provide one example of the PDCA in use or should be used in your organization. If you currently do not belong to a company/organization, or your organization has never used PDCA, select a company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and answer this question based on that organization. Explain the situation in which PDCA is used, explain the four phases, and then apply the four phases specifically to this situation. Provide enough information about measuring performance so that management review will result in a course of action that you recommend.
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