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How organizations learn : managing the search for knowledge
[edited by] Ken Starkey, Sue Tempest, Alan McKinlay.

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  • ISBN: 1861527462
  • OCLC Number: 55743025
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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1. A conversation with Chris Argyris: the father of organizational learning / Robert M. Fulmer and J. Bernard Keys -- 2. The link between individual and organizational learning / Daniel H. Kim -- 3. The concept of learning in the strategy field / Brian Leavy -- 4. The dominant logic: a new linkage between diversity and performance / C. K. Prahalad and Richard Bettis -- 5. The management of competence and its limits / Ken Starkey and Sue Tempest -- 6. To avoid organizational crises, unlearn / Paul C. Nystrom and William H. Starbuck -- 7. Strategic dissonance / Robert A. Burgelman and Andrew S. Grove --14. Communities of creation: managing distributed innovation in turbulent markets / Mohanbir Sawhney and Emanuela Prandelli -- 15. Market, hierarchy and trust: the knowledge economy and the future of capitalism / Paul S. Adler -- 16. Knowledge, knowledge work and organizations: an overview and interpretation / Frank Blackler -- 17. What is organizational knowledge? / Haridimos Tsoukas and Efi Vladimirou -- 18. Knowledge work: ambiguity, image and identity / Mats Alvesson -- 19. Smart workers, dumb organizations / Alan McKinlay -- 20. Trusting strangers: work relationships in four high-tech communities / J. A. English-Lueck, Charles N. Darrah and Andrea Saveri --21. Cool projects, boring institutions: temporary collaboration in social context / Gernot Grabher -- 22. The leader's new work: building learning organizations / Peter M. Senge -- 23. Second thoughts on teambuilding / Bill Critchley and David Casey -- 24. Top management teams and organizational renewal / David K. Hurst, James C. Rush and Roderick E. White -- 25. Crucial gaps in the 'learning organization': power, politics and ideology / John Coopey -- 26. Executive tourism: the dynamics of strategic leadership in the MNC / Ken Starkey -- 27. Making sense of managerial wisdom / Leon C. Malan and Mark P. Kriger --28. Organizational identity and learning: a psychodynamic perspective / Andrew D. Brown and Ken Starkey.8. Transformative capacity: continual structuring by intertemporal technology transfer / Raghu Garud and Praveen R. Nayyar -- 9. A dynamic theory of organizational knowledge creation / Ikujiro Nonaka -- 10. Designing the innovating organization / Jay R. Galbraith -- 11. GE's Crotonville: a staging ground for corporate revolution / Noel M. Tichy -- 12. Communities of practice and social learning systems / Etienne Wenger -- 13. Beyond networks and hierarchies: latent organizations in the UK television industry / Ken Starkey, Christopher Barnatt and Sue Tempest --
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