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Organizational Learning as a Component of Organizational Intelligence

  • Ivana Simic

    (Nish, Faculty of Economic, Serbia)

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    Organizational intelligence represents intellectual ability of an organization which, in fact, integrates its humane and technical (informational and communicational) potentials that are used in solving concrete organizational problems. Critical components on which organizational intelligence is based are: organizational learning, organizational memory, organizational knowledge, organizational communication, and organizational conclusion. The aim of this paper, after determining the concepts of organizational intelligence, is to identify organizational learning as one of its crucial components. Learning, in such way, is observed as the strategic resource of the organization critical for acquiring and maintaining its competitive advantages (in the conditions of trade dictated by the contemporary environment). Considering that organizational learning represents synergy of individual, that is group learning, special attention is paid to different levels of (organizational) learning, that is learning on the level of an individual, on the level of group and on the level of whole organization.

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    Article provided by Department of Management and Informatics, University of National and World Economy in its journal Information and Marketing Aspects of the economically Development of the Balkan Countries.

    Volume (Year): (2005)
    Issue (Month): (November)
    Pages: 189-196

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    Handle: RePEc:nwe:confer:y:2005:p:189-196
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    1. Unland, Rainer, 1994. "Organizational intelligence and negotiation based DAI systems: Theoretical foundations and experimental results," Arbeitsberichte des Instituts für Wirtschaftsinformatik 35, University of Münster, Department of Information Systems.
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