Towards the Hong Kong Learning Organisation: An exploratory case study
作者: Robin S. SnellSandy S. K. Hui
刊名: Journal of Applied Management Studies, 2000, Vol.9 (2), pp.149-175
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/713674364
原始语种摘要: A learning organisation (LO) is one that practises organisational learning (OL). Existing, multifaceted models of LOs reflect the diversity of perspectives on OL. Since underlying dimensions of Hong Kong Chinese culture differ from others where LO models have been developed, we derived a model from an actual case of a developing Hong Kong Chinese LO. Interviews were conducted with 25 staff from the organisation, and a model was developed inductively from early interviews and checked against later ones. The emerging LO model had much in common with attributes of existing ones, but there were distinctive characteristics that reflected wider cultural assumptions of high power distance, relational collectivism and long-term orientation, the unique strategic circumstances of the company and...
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