A note on organisational learning: continuation and sustainability Online publication date: Fri, 14-Oct-2011
by Zbigniew Pastuszak; Kris M.Y. Law; Stacy H.P. Shyu; Pornthep Anussornnitisarn; Onwika Kaewchur; Nipapat Thanachatchai
International Journal of Innovation and Learning (IJIL), Vol. 10, No. 4, 2011
Abstract: Organisational learning (OL) has been considered to be an effective developmental initiative in an organisation that aims to develop, sustain and advance in a global market. There is a wide range of beliefs of about how OL occurs, and whether it is discrete or continuous. The results from the surveys on OL, coupled with literature reviews, helps formulate the proposed model underlying the need for OL to take place continuously. This proposed model is referred to as the driving-enabling-learning-outcome or DELO model. The model represents the next important research issues when focusing on OL. In this study, the model not only attempts to describe OL as a continuous goal-driven process, but also allows the interrelationships with various influencing factors and facilitating effect of an OL framework.
Online publication date: Fri, 14-Oct-2011
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