The International Journal of Organizational Analysis: Volume 3 Issue 1

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ISSUES IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING

M. Afzalur Rahim

The five papers in this issue discuss and synthesize the diverse literature on the construct of organizational learning, characteristics of learning organizations, the…

LEARNING IN AND BY ORGANIZATIONS: THREE CONCEPTUAL ISSUES

Craig C. Lundberg

Theoretical development and integration in organizational learning and learning organizations are currently impeded by three conceptual issues—issues of definition, of…

GOING BEYOND TOTAL QUALITY: THE CHARACTERISTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND MEASURES OF LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS

Fred Luthans, Michael J. Rubach, Paul Marsnik

The popular total quality management (TQM) approach has tended to focus on internal processes, rather than external issues such as competitiveness and market appeal, and…

ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

Edwin A. Locke, Vinod K. Jain

Spurred by the globalization of competition, organizational learning and continuous improvement have attracted a great deal of research and managerial interest in recent…

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ROLE OF DIFFUSION IN COLLECTIVE LEARNING

Ten C. Tompkins

The critical nature of diffusion in understanding the link between individual competency and collective competency is often underconceptualized. Organizational learning…

RETHINKING ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT FOR THE LEARNING ORGANIZATION

Karen E. Watkins, Robert T. Golembiewski

This article offers a conception of the learning organization. From this model, we discuss ways in which organizational development can now be used to create learning…

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1055-3185

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1993 – 2003

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Emerald Publishing Limited