Organizing For Learning: Strategies for Knowledge Creation and Enduring Change
|Author(s)||Daniel H. Kim|
|Year Publish||2002 January|
Nothing about business is usual anymore. New technologies, global markets, and the growing importance of knowledge assets over capital are forcing us to rethink what has long been taken as fact. The latest buzz in management circles is around the topic of knowledge management. But a more important challenge is for organizations to develop the capacity to organize for continuous learning - to go beyond managing existing knowledge to creating new knowledge. Designed for executives and front-line managers alike, the book is organized around three major themes: Organizational Learning and Knowledge Creation, The Power of Theory, and A Systemic Approach to Creating Enduring Change. Through his insightful and systemic exploration of these themes, Daniel Kim offers concrete ideas and suggestions for building a work culture where learning can thrive.
About the Author:
Daniel Kim is a co-founder of the MIT Center for Organizational Learning (now the Society for Organizational Learning) and an internationally recognized leader in helping managers apply the power of organizational learning and systems thinking to complex corporate issues.