Letza, S. and Neale, C. W., 1996. Improving the quality of project appraisal and management - an exercise in organisational learning. The Learning Organization, 3 (3), pp. 26-30.
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According to Revans, for an organization to be successful in today’s rapidly changing environment, its capacity to learn must exceed the rate of change imposed on it. Through an examination of the processes by which individuals in organizations learn, develops a learning process model to facilitate continuous improvement and innovation in business processes. Draws on relevant theories which provide an understanding of how and why people learn, barriers which prevent learning, and the role managers need to play in the learning process. Provides a vision of what may be achieved by the systematic implementation of the learning process model. Deming’s system of profound knowledge provides a focus for learning activity. The model has been developed in a way which will be of practical use to managers working in organizations.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||BPR, Deming, innovation, Kaizen, learning organizations|
|Subjects:||Social Sciences > Education|
Technology > Business, Management and Marketing
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