Extending the 4 I Organizational Learning Model : Information Sources , Foraging Processes and Tools

@inproceedings{Jenkin2013ExtendingT4,
  title={Extending the 4 I Organizational Learning Model : Information Sources , Foraging Processes and Tools},
  author={Tracy A. Jenkin},
  year={2013}
}
The continued importance of organizational learning has recently led to several calls for further developing the theory. This article addresses these calls by extending Crossan, Lane and White’s (1999) 4I model to include a fifth process, information foraging, and a fourth level, the tool. The resulting 5I organizational learning model can be generalized to a number of learning contexts, especially those that involve understanding and making sense of data and information. Given the need for… CONTINUE READING

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