Programmed, Autonomous‐Formal and Spontaneous Organizational Learning
作者: C. K. PakRobin S. Snell
作者单位: 11Open University of Hong Kong, Homantin, Kowloon, Hong Kong , and 2Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong robin@ln.edu.hk
刊名: British Journal of Management, 2003, Vol.14 (3), pp.275-288
来源数据库: Wiley Journal
DOI: 10.1111/1467-8551.00379
原始语种摘要: Abstract(#br)Organizational learning (OL) has been represented either as the systematic governance of collective expertise or as a relatively anarchic process of implicit transaction within and across fluid, dispersed communities of practice. Qualitative case‐study research open to both perspectives was conducted in a not‐for‐profit service organization, a franchisee company and a vertically integrated company, all based in Hong Kong. Two forms of OL as systematic governance were found: ‘programmed’ OL (POL) and ‘autonomous‐formal’ OL (AFOL), respectively. The relative emphasis on POL and AFOL appeared to vary from organization to organization, and to be influenced by management philosophy and by institutional frameworks such as professionalization and franchisee status. A ‘spontaneous’...
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