Murray, Peter A. and Donegan, Kevin (2003) Empirical linkages between firm competencies and organizational learning. The Learning Organization: the International Journal of Knowledge and Organizational Learning Management , 10 (1). pp. 51-62. ISSN 0969-6474
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Organisational learning theory appears to be practical when researchers can find links between two or more variables that can be justified and implemented. While much has been written about organisational learning, with many reported successes, further research is needed to link the internal techniques of procedure with externalisation of these in practice. Such principles seem more valuable when superior organisational competencies are linked to a learning culture, when the improvement of behavioural routines can be traced to the existence of superior learning. This paper explores these links.
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