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Difference has achieved the status of shibboleth within management education—a social good, a source of richness, a resource to be welcomed, worked with and `managed'. The premise of this article is that contrary to such rhetoric, difference is often experienced as difficult and discomforting,...
Organizational learning in this article is understood as a collective and relational process in which groups of persons are gaining knowledge and appreciation of issues through stories and an ongoing dialogue between stories. This notion forms the departure-point for the identification and...
This article challenges the normative vocabulary of organizational learning that emphasizes the unilateral transfer of knowledge from experts to less experienced personnel for effective organizational learning. It draws on research into learning in the UK television industry. Concepts such as...
This article is based on a comparative study of the learning strategies of two Singapore Chinese family firms that are incorporated into the same supplier network. As shown in this study, the firms, which work as suppliers in networks that are organized by global technology leading corporations...
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