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The five papers in this issue discuss and synthesize the diverse literature on the construct of organizational learning, characteristics of learning organizations, the relationship between individual and organizational learning, the diffusion process of knowledge from the individual to the...
Theoretical development and integration in organizational learning and learning organizations are currently impeded by three conceptual issuesissues of definition, of bridging cognitive and behavioral perspectives, and of linking individual and organizational learning. This paper reviews these...
The popular total quality management TQM approach has tended to focus on internal processes, rather than external issues such as competitiveness and market appeal, and is more reactive and adaptive than anticipative. The time has come to go beyond TQM and to understand the nature and application...
Spurred by the globalization of competition, organizational learning and continuous improvement have attracted a great deal of research and managerial interest in recent years. Notwithstanding the growing literature on these topics, there is still considerable conceptual ambiguity about...
The critical nature of diffusion in understanding the link between individual competency and collective competency is often underconceptualized. Organizational learning involves diffusion of knowledge andor skill from the individual to members of the collective, and expansion of the collective's...
This article offers a conception of the learning organization. From this model, we discuss ways in which organizational development can now be used to create learning organizations and ways in which organizational development theory and practice might change to create learning organizations. We...
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