Organizational Learning Capability
Arthur K. Yeung, Dave Ulrich, Stephen W. Nason, Mary A. Von GlinowISBN: 0195102045;
Organizational learning matters now more than ever. In today's hypercompetitive business environment, successful excecutives must be able to discover opportunities, face problems, and pursue innovative ideas, then turn those ideas into action throughout an organization. Based on both empirical research and practice experience, this book gives managers the tools to do just that. Organizational learning capability is the capacity to generate and generalize ideas with impact. Managers generate new ideas infour basic ways: experimentation, in which organizations learn by trying many new products and processes; continuous improvement, in which they learn by constantly improving what they have done before and mastering each step in a process before moving onto other processes; knowledge acquisition, in which they learn by encouraging individuals and teams to acquire new knowledge continuously; and benchmarking, in which they learn by studying how other groups do things and trying to adapt...
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