Strategic learning and knowledge management
Strategic Learning and Knowledge Management The increasingly dynamic nature of competition has made the improvement of organizational learning and the development of more effective methods for managing knowledge, central concerns of contemporary strategic management. Strategic Learning and Knowledge Management draws on ongoing research into organizational competence to introduce several new approaches to the strategic management of learning and knowledge. Concepts from emerging theory in competence-based competition are used to investigate processes of strategic learning, examining both organizational contexts in which learning takes place and organizational dynamics for creating new knowledge. The search for competitive advantage, however, also challenges organizations to become more effective in using their existing knowledge to greatest strategic benefit. Accordingly, this volume also examines processes within firms that improve both the creation and application of new knowledge in competitive and cooperative interactions between organizations. The volume is divided into four sections:
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A Competence Perspective on Strategic Learning
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