Concentrates on BP and how it uses knowledge to make itself more effective than its competitors. Argues that learning is at the heart of a company's ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment. Looks, in depth, at how BP has harnessed its intellectual capital for the betterment of all concerned. Concludes that management practice at BP creates a direct link between learning and knowledge.
The Antidote – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1998
Keywords: Knowledge intensive workers; Learning organizations; Management learning