Capability contingent: the impact of organisational learning styles on innovation performance

@article{Chien2015CapabilityCT,
  title={Capability contingent: the impact of organisational learning styles on innovation performance},
  author={Chun-Cheng Chien and Han-Chung Lin and Bella Ya-Hui Lien},
  journal={Total Quality Management \& Business Excellence},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={14 - 28}
}
In today's highly competitive and rapidly changing business environment, organisational learning can ensure an enterprise's survival and develop new opportunities. However, considering the different resources and capabilities available to an organisation, what kind of organisational learning style should an enterprise adopt to achieve its goal of organisational learning and innovation? This study aimed to determine the best learning styles and innovation performance under different… Expand
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