Organizational Learning: A Process Between Equilibrium and Evolution
AbstractThis paper aims to analyze learning as a two-type process. A dynamic equilibrium process represents a stable learning process, that may express an individualistic behavioral learning or an organizational adaptation. A teleological process represents an intentional, goal-oriented, learning process. This second type of learning can express an individualistic cognitive learning or a managerial organizational change. It is argued that this learning typology can helps to understand why similar organizations or individuals may learn differently when confronted to the same environmental stimuli.
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Date of creation: 02 Jun 2008
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Publication status: Published, Journal of Economic Issues, 2008, 42, 2, 553-560
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Dynamic Equilibrium; Learning; Organizational Learning; Teleology;
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