Formal and informal facilitators of learning capability: the moderating effect of learning climate

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ELENA REVILLA;
(2006)
  • Subject: Learning capability, Learning climate, Learning facilitators, Organizational knowledge, Organizational learning

Organizations need to put in practice the most favourable conditions to facilitate learning capability. The different ways of thinking about learning in organizations distinguish two kinds of learning facilitators: formal and informal facilitators. In this paper, we sug... View more
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