Learning facilitates faster growth and adaption to changes in its external environment and allows the organization to maximize on opportunities. The practice of successfully implementing a learning culture differs from the theoretical aspect of it. For the team to improve from the learning process, each of them requires to be committed to learning. It is not sufficient to create learning programs if the members of the organization do not realize the importance of their improving their skills. Members of the organization should also learn how to apply the acquired skills to their roles. To indeed become a learning organization, the team must embrace the goals and objectives of the organization. It is essential that they understand the role they play in achieving these goals. Without this, any implemented changes will be superficial and short-lived.