Learning Organization or Knowledge Management – Which Came First , the Chicken or the Egg ?

@inproceedings{Aggestam2006LearningOO,
  title={Learning Organization or Knowledge Management – Which Came First , the Chicken or the Egg ?},
  author={Lena Aggestam},
  year={2006}
}
The need for organizations to become learning organizations grows. To be a Learning Organization (LO) requires Knowledge Management (KM), which in turn is dependent of a LO. It is like the chicken and the egg. It is impossible to answer the question which came first, and they are both dependent on one another for success. Literature emphasizes LO or KM, despite the fact that they are dependent. An organization that wants to become a Learning Organization must pay attention to both, and… CONTINUE READING

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