Learning is an essential process for attaining and maintaining
sustainability at both the individual and business level.
Establishing a learning organization requires a whole-hearted and
sustained endeavour. This book facilitates such an endeavour by
providing both a coherent framework for analysis and practical
models for action. It focuses on the choices organizations make
about the design and implementation of specific learning
The authors illustrate this "learning-by-design" approach
through six detailed case studies, taken from different industries
and national settings and focusing on different aspects of
organizational learning. They then present an overall analysis of
the cases, capturing the nature of the learning requirements,
design dimensions and mechanisms, and looking at how these link to
each other and to company strategy, resources, and performance.
Various learning paradoxes are discussed, as well as issues that
merit further study.Students of management and organizational
studies, academics in these fields, and executives will find this a
valuable resource for learning, reflection, and practice.
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