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Organizational learning culture--the missing link between business process change and organizational performance

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  • Skerlavaj, Miha
  • Stemberger, Mojca Indihar
  • Skrinjar, Rok
  • Dimovski, Vlado

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  • Skerlavaj, Miha & Stemberger, Mojca Indihar & Skrinjar, Rok & Dimovski, Vlado, 2007. "Organizational learning culture--the missing link between business process change and organizational performance," International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier, vol. 106(2), pages 346-367, April.
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