organizational learning

A Learning Organization? Evaluating the University of Canterbury’s Strategic Transition toward Sustainability

Institutions of higher educations (IHE), particularly universities, have a significant role to play in the global transformation to socio-ecological sustainability. This study focuses on the strategic planning efforts of one university, the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand where The Natural

Mindful Use as a Link Between Social Capital and Organizational Learning: An Empirical Test of the Antecedents and Consequences of Two New Constructs

The motivation for this research is that information systems are not often used to their full potential – individuals often fail to use valuable features of systems not allowing firms to maximize their return from investments in these technologies. Additionally, there have

Understanding Dynamic Capabilities at the Subunit Level: Operational Flexibility and the Crucial Role of Organization Design and Information Sharing

Organizations are currently facing increasingly dynamic environments that require fast action in high-velocity settings. Recent research on dynamic capabilities purports that organizations need to build these capabilities to successfully confront increasing uncertainty. Among these capabilities, authors suggest that flexibility may be a

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