Strategy and Organization Improving Organizational Learning
Living art organizations present a special interest in a research stressing cognitive processes and development of intangible resources like knowledge and capabilities. In living art organizations, production processes like rehearsals and tunings whose goals are to develop both tacit and tangible capabilities are readily observable and have undeniable effects on performance quality, revenues and costs. The observations of four opera houses support the conjecture that strategy and organizations could be preconditions for learning.
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