TITLE

Managerial Factors of Organizational Learning for Sustainable Development

AUTHOR(S)
Burksiene, Valentina; Juceviciene, Palmira
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Proceedings of the European Conference on Knowledge Management;2013, Vol. 1, p91
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Effective results of organizational learning for sustainable development (OLSD) can be achieved when the process is well organized and managed. However, organizations frequently confront managerial problems of organizational learning. The appropriate learning environment Ba enabling OLSD can be created if using complex of appropriate managerial factors. The aim of this article is to reveal the complex of managerial factors guaranteeing OLSD and present results of empirical research proving the efficiency of those managerial factors. A field experiment was carried out. Its results illustrate the effectiveness of the managerial factors and provide rationale for a discussion whether the conventional SECI model should be supplemented by an introductory stage.
ACCESSION #
91968585

 

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