Managing organizational learning

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Statementby Amit Shankar Mukherjeeand Ramchandran Jaikumar.
SeriesWorking papers / INSEAD -- no.92/63/TM
ContributionsJaikumar, R.
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Notes. 1 Peter M. Senge,“Taking Personal Change Seriously: The Impact of Organizational Learning on Management Practice, ” Academy of Management Executive, 17, no. 2, 2 Grantmakers for Effective Organizations “Learning for Results,” GEO Action Guide, December ; Ralph Hamilton, Prue Brown, Robert Chaskin, et al., Learning for Community Change: Core Components of.

modern management is called learning organization that emphasis on learning and adaptation is continuous. Keyword: Learning, Learning Styles, Organizational Learning and Learning Organization Introduction Learn is the main, key and requirement factors of organization that wants remain in the economic modern world and competitive environment.

Learning orientation has been seen as a value of the organization, which affects not only the organizational development but also the creation and knowledge transfer and the innovation [9, 10].Strategic management academics consider the orientation of learning as a distinctive type of strategic direction and management philosophy that is viewed as a process in which knowledge and.

ith the publication of The Fifth Discipline inPeter Senge added significant momentum to the growing field of organizational learning (OL). The book presented OL as a dynamic, complex tapestry of five “learning disciplines”: shared vision, personal mastery, team learning, mental models, and systems thinking.

InSenge, along with coauthors Art Kleiner, Charlotte [ ]. In Organizational Learning and the Learning Organization: Developments in Theory and Practice, edited by Mark Easterby-SmithLuis Araujo and John Burgoyne, London: SAGE Publications Ltd, doi: /n2.

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