Barriers to Organizational Learning: An Integration of Theory and Research

@article{Schilling2009BarriersTO,
  title={Barriers to Organizational Learning: An Integration of Theory and Research},
  author={Jan Schilling and Annette Kluge},
  journal={Wiley-Blackwell: International Journal of Management Reviews},
  year={2009}
}
  • Jan Schilling, Annette Kluge
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • Wiley-Blackwell: International Journal of Management Reviews
  • This paper develops a theoretical foundation to describe and explain impediments to organizational learning (OL). Based on the expanded 4I model (Crossan et al. 1999. Academy of Management Review, 522–537), which was further developed by Lawrence et al. (2005. Academy of Management Review, 180–191), different learning barriers are categorized and discussed with regard to factors complicating or impeding OL. Finally, the paper analyses the impact of particular barriers on different kinds of… CONTINUE READING
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