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Organizational Learning and Strategic Management Vol: 14

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18 Dec 1997
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
384 pages - 156 x 234 x 22mm
Advances in Strategic Management


The emphasis in this work is on memory in organizations, organizational improvisation, strategies of learning, the nuances of learning and integrating strategy and organizational learning. The volume includes a chapter on social learning and transaction cost economics.
Towards a process-based theory of organizational design - can organizations be designed around value chains and networks?, Daniel R. Denison; creating knowledge in the process organization, Ikujiro Nonaka and Kazuo Ichijo; a phraseologic view of organizational learning, Georg von Krogh and Johan Roos; what could phrases do? Anjali Sastri; on the distinction between know-how, know-what and know-why, Raghu Garud; the importance of know-when, Charlene Nichols-Nixon; collective memory as fact and artefact - cultural and political elements of memory in organizations, Andrea Casey; dualities of memory, Mary Ann Glynn; making sense of improvizations, Andrea Casey; jazzing up the theory of organizational improvement, Mary Jo Hatch; social learning and the fundamental paradox of transaction cost economics, Margaret Peteraf and Mark Shanley; social learning and transaction cost economics, Edward A. Snyder; strategies of learning and industry structure - the evolution of networks in biotechnology, Kenneth W. Koput, Laurel Smith-Doerr, and Walter W. Powell; recipes for alliance, Gail James; competition, imitation and innovation - an organizational learning approach, Stephen J. Mezias and Alan B. Eisner; modelling strategic behaviour, James O. Huff; strategic sensemaking - learning through scanning, interpretation, action and performance, James B. Thomas, Dennis A. Gioia and David J. Ketchen, Jr; the nuances of learning, Kathleen M. Sutcliffe; integrating strategy and organizational learning - a theory of action perspective, David R. Schwandt; the applicability of Parsonian Theory to management, Paula Phillips-Carson and Kerry D. Carson.

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