Organizational Culture as the Glue between People and Organization: A Competence-based View on Learning and Competence Building
Is organizational culture a catalyst of competence development? This paper argues it is. The reason for this is that organizational culture fosters the process of learning and competence building and works as a glue between people and the organization they belong to. We employ a most recently developed approach belonging to market process theory, the so-called ‘competence-based theory of the firm’, to explain these causal relationships.
Volume (Year): 24 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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