Publisher: Erasmus Research Institute of Management
Subject: learning groups, social theory of trust, theory of knowledge and learning, transaction cost theory
jel: jel:M | jel:M10 | jel:D83 | jel:L2
textabstractThis article investigates what learning groups there are in organizations, other than the familiar 'communities of practice'. It first develops an interdisciplinary theoretical framework for identifying, categorizing and understanding learning groups. For th... View more
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