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Organizational Learning

Опубликовано на портале: 16-01-2003
Thousemd Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1996
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This is an excellent collection of readings, many of them published originally in a special edition of Organization Science in 1991. Authors include such luminaries as March, Simon, Starbuck, Weick, and Winter. The book contains many stimulating and often contradictory perspectives. For example, whilst Simon argues that all learning takes place inside individual human heads, Weick and Roberts posit the existence and significance of what they call collective minds, the pattern of heedful interrelations of actions in a social system.. In their introduction, the editors suggest that this set of papers on organizational learning challenges conventional organization theory in three ways: 1.they focus on action rather than choice; 2.they emphasize dynamics, with stability interpreted in that context; and 3.they explain organizational coherence rather than assuming it. The reader should find here a rich seam to mine for an understanding of current perspectives in this field.

1. Learning From Samples of One or Fewer
2. Organizing Work by Adaptation
3. Organizational Learning and Communities-of-Practice: Toward a Unified View of Working, Learning, and Innovation
4. Organizational Learning Curves: A Method for Investigating Intra-Plant Transfer of Knowledge Acquired Through Learning by Doing
5. Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Learning
6. Organizational Learning: The Contributing Processes and the Literatures
7. The Nontraditional Quality of Organizational Learning
8. Bounded Rationality and Organizational Learning
9. Individual Learning and Organizational Routine: Emerging Connections
10. Organizational Adaptation and Environmental Selection: Interrelated Processes of Change
11. Technology Diffusion and Organizational Learning: The Case of Business Computing
12. Organizational Learning and Personnel Turnover
13. An Organizational Learning Model of Convergence and Reorientation
14. Executive Succession and Organization Outcomes in Turbulent Environments: An Organization Learning Approach
15. Collective Mind in Organizations: Heedful Interrelating on Flight Decks
16. Technological Change and Management of Architectural Knowledge
17. Organizational Evolution and the Social Ecology of Jobs
18. Organizational Routines Are Stored as Procedural Memory: Evidence From a Laboratory Study
19. Culture and Organizational Learning
20. Organizing for Continuous Improvement: Evolutionary Theory Meets the Quality Revolution
21. Learning by Knowledge-Intensive Firms
22. Organizational Learning
23. Learning Through Failure: The Strategy of Small Losses

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