well grounded (adj)

1based on good evidence or reasons: soundly based; well founded.
2having a good training in or knowledge of a subject.

Benchmark 8

Open and ready to learn from experience and from others and to work with others

Well Grounded believes that unless an organisation is prepared to learn, both from its own successes and failures and from other organisations and people, it runs the risk of not being effective and of becoming stagnant. Organisations that regularly stop to reflect and learn, and that make an effort to apply that learning, tend to be much more able to react to changing circumstances, to constantly improve on what they are doing, and to enable others to learn from them. All of this means that they have a better impact in the context in which they are working.