On Organizational Learning

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Wiley, Jun 18, 1999 - Business & Economics - 464 pages
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This book is essential for anyone who needs to understand how organizations work, evolve, and learn. In this new edition, Argyris discusses vital topics of management research, such as tacit knowledge and management, so reflecting the evolving field of organizational learning.

Focusing on learning and organizational politics, the book addresses the key issues of:


  • Organizational learning and Action Science.
  • Organizational effectiveness and what inhibits it.
  • Organizational development and human resource activities.
  • Usable knowledge and how it is inhibited.

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這本書為需要瞭解的人是根本的组织怎麼运作,演變,並且學會。 在這新版, Argyris談論當前管理研究重要題目,例如心照不宣的知識和管理,如此反射組織學會的演變的領域。 帶來想法一world' s主導的管理思想家: 特别是在范围行動學會

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About the author (1999)

Chris Argyris is the James B. Conant Professor, Graduate School of Business, Harvard University. He is the author of thirty books and research monographs as well as numerous articles. Together with Cary Cooper, Professor Argyris is co-editor of The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Management. He is a consultant to many corporations, governmental organizations, and universities in Europe and the US.

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