Coping with Knowledge: Organizational Learning in the British Army?

@article{Catignani2014CopingWK,
  title={Coping with Knowledge: Organizational Learning in the British Army?},
  author={Sergio Catignani},
  journal={Journal of Strategic Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={30 - 64}
}
This article – based on data that employs interviews conducted with British Army personnel – adopts a social theory of learning in order to examine how both formal and informal learning systems have affected organizational learning within the Army in relation to the counter-insurgency campaign in Afghanistan. It argues that while the Army has adopted new, or reformed existing, formal learning systems, these have not generated a reconceptualization of how to conduct counter-insurgency warfare… Expand
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