The Learning Organization

Category:

Organization Studies

Table Of Contents: Volume 26 Issue 1

Innovation capacity building

Jacob Brix

The purpose of this paper is to propose how a bottom-up creation of an ambidextrous organization can be enabled. By integrating research on “contextual ambidexterity” and…

Early steps in learning about organizational learning in customization settings

Annika Engström, Nikolas Käkelä

This study aims to empirically investigate the role of learning for suppliers of individualized customizations from a communication perspective.

Towards organisational learning enhancement: assessing software engineering practice

Sufian Fannoun, John Kerins

Issues surrounding knowledge management, knowledge transfer and learning within organisations challenge continuity and resilience in the face of changing environments…

Contribution of knowing in practice to dynamic capabilities

Ane Isabel Linden, Claudia Bitencourt, Hugo Fridolino Muller Neto

This paper aims to discuss the contribution of knowing in practice (KP) to the development of dynamic capabilities (DC) in the context of health-care organizations.

Development of a multi-level learning framework

Kate V. Morland, Dermot Breslin, Fionn Stevenson

This paper aims to examine multiple learning cycles across a UK housebuilder organization following changes made to their quality management routine at the organizational…

Regenerating the learning organisation: towards an alternative paradigm

Mike Pedler, Shih-wei Hsu

This paper aims to take a critical view of the concepts of the Learning Organisation and Organisational Learning (LO/OL) and respond to two questions about their current…

ISSN:

0969-6474

Online date, start – end:

1994

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Anders Örtenblad