Organizational Learning: A Review of Some Literatures

@article{Dodgson1993OrganizationalLA,
  title={Organizational Learning: A Review of Some Literatures},
  author={M. Dodgson},
  journal={Organization Studies},
  year={1993},
  volume={14},
  pages={375 - 394}
}
  • M. Dodgson
  • Published 1993
  • Sociology
  • Organization Studies
  • Organizational learning is currently the focus of considerable attention, and it is addressed by a broad range of literatures. Organization theory, industrial econ omics, economic history, and business, management and innovation studies all approach the question of how organizations learn. A number of branches of psychology are also revealing on the issue. This paper assesses these various literatures by examining the insights they allow in three main areas: first, the goals of organizational… CONTINUE READING
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