The role of leadership in facilitating Organisational Learning and collective capacity building

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Piranfar, Hosein;
(2007)

The paper examines the role of leadership in facilitating collective learning and capacity building by utilising ideas from the fields of evolutionary learning, operations strategy, quality, project and risk management. Two contrasting cases are chosen to show how succe... View more
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