Exploring Interorganizational Learning: a Review of the Literature and Future Directions

@inproceedings{Mariotti2012ExploringIL,
  title={Exploring Interorganizational Learning: a Review of the Literature and Future Directions},
  author={Francesca Mariotti},
  year={2012}
}
The concept of learning in networks has received scant attention within extant theories. Where learning has been applied to networks, different terms have emerged, which have generated confusion and prevented a full understanding of its complex and processual nature. Most importantly, the literature tends to focus either on the learning of single actors rather than the collaboration processes among a group of firms or on the mechanistic processes through which learning is stored at the network… CONTINUE READING

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