Feeding minds to grow the business

Burgoyne, John
September 1995
People Management;9/21/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 19, p22
Explains the value of `learning organization' theory and analyses the role of human resources management in nurturing a new kind of company, one that both teaches and learns from itself. Two concepts of organizational learning and the learning company; Practices that are proposed for the balanced corporate learning process; Implications of the learning company for human resources management.


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