Designing for an Innovative Learning Organization

  title={Designing for an Innovative Learning Organization},
  author={Keith D. Swenson},
  journal={2013 17th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference},
System architects rely on their intuition when designing a system to support the work within an organization. Programming tradition leads the system architect to think of an office as a factory, a kind of machine. Machines are complicated, but not complex. An organization, a marketplace, and an ecosystem are not like machines. This paper suggests that a better understanding of the nature of an organization is necessary to design systems that allow a learning organization to excel. In order for… CONTINUE READING


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