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LRN may refer to:

  • Laboratory Response Network, a collaborative effort of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Association of Public Health Laboratories
  • Laparoscopic radical nephrectomy, a medical procedure
  • Lateral reticular nucleus, a nucleus of the medulla oblongata involved with co-ordinating baroreceptor signals to control arterial blood pressure
  • Legislative route number, a designation for a highway defined by laws passed in a state legislature
  • Location Routing Number, a ten digit phone number used to route phone calls between two telephone exchanges
  • LORAN, a terrestrial radio navigation system originally known as LRN for Loomis Radio Navigation
  • LRN (company), an ethics compliance and education company
  • Luminous red nova, a stellar explosion thought to be caused by the merger of two stars
LRN (company)

LRN, founded in 1994, is an American company specializing in advising and educating organizations like the NFL, Dell, Kellogg's and Pfizer about ethics and regulatory compliance, as well as corporate culture, governance and leadership. LRN was originally seen as being highly disruptive to the legal industry and later evolved into a training, advisory and education firm. The company is guided by the philosophy of founder Dov Seidman, based on his New York Times best-selling book How. It received a $30 million investment from Softbank in 2000.