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  1. Adenfelt Maria, Eva Maaninen-Olsson
    Knowledge integration across projects ? Exploring the role of boundary crossing activities
  2. Anand Vikas, Nina Gupta
    An expanded representation of belief structures in groups
  3. Bakema Frank, Hans Berends, Mathieu Weggeman
    The emergence of a dynamic capability in a research group: A process study
  4. Bapuji Hari, Mary Crossan, Guo-Liang Jiang, Michael J. Rouse
    Organizational learning: A systematic review of the literature
  5. Bogenrieder Irma, Slavek Magala
    Contested practices in routines
  6. Bonet Eduard, Tricia Smith
    Going by the book: An organizational change planned by consultants
  7. Burnside Robert M., Deborah L. Soule, Zachary van Rossum
    Cultivating high yield learning: Embedding learning skills in an industry with no time for learning
  8. Chen Fang, Xiaoyun Wang, Hari Bapuji, Bruno Dyck
    I learned more than I taught: Exploring the feedback loop of knowledge transfer
  9. Davel Eduardo, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
    Learning-in-reverberating: Insights from organizing in family-owned organizations
  10. Dirksen Vanessa, Ard Huizing
    The networking knowledge worker, technology appropriation and the shaping of learning practices
  11. Dobosz-Bourne Dorota
    On organized creativity in General Motors Poland
  12. Duijn Michael, Mark Rijnveld
    Bridging the gap between science and policy again: Participatory policy analysis for groundwater management as ?bricolage?
  13. Dunne Anthony J
    Organizational learning: Its impact on an organization’s capability to build supply chain partnerships
  14. Elkjaer Bente
    Organisational learning: Positioning of selves and creation of meaning
  15. Eriksson Jessica
    Legitimizing technological innovation on sustainable development
  16. Erts†s Turid Irgens , Eirik J. Irgens
    Collective and individualized learning in Norwegian schools: Fusion or confusion?
  17. Fredette Chris, Oana Branzei
    Sources and dynamics of group-level learning distortions
  18. Fried Andrea
    Fusing accounting and Learning – The measurement and assessment of knowledge capital as subject of organizational reflection
  19. Gagnon Suzanne
    Compelling identity: Fusing poststructuralist theorizing to understand global corporate management development
  20. Goldstein Don, Rachel M Hilliard
    Creating organisational capabilities: Learning by doing
  21. Gorman Margaret D. and Gayatri Pandit
    Building strategic change capabilities through creating organizational knowledge: An empirical mix-method study of a financial service examining the reflective practices of their leadership team
  22. Grisoni Louise
    Cooking up a storm: Flavouring organisational learning with poetry
  23. Guettel Wolfgang H. , Stefan W. Konlechner
    Dynamic capabilities and competence obsolescence: Empirical data from research-intensive firms
  24. Guzman Gustavo, Luiz F. Trivelato
    Drawing the boundaries of codified knowledge transfer
  25. Haveron Jonathan J.
    How can a police organization, required to engage in transformational change, capture learning at the operational level to enable it to respond effectively
  26. Huysman Marleen , Marlous Agterberg, Bart van den Hooff, Maura Soekijad
    Organizing multi-level embeddedness of networks of practice
  27. Jaatinen Miia, Rita Lavikka, Matilda Koriseva, Emmi Valkeap„„, Riitta Smeds
    Collective knowledge construction for innovation in inter-organizational practice
  28. Kaar Alexandra, Julia Mueller, Birgit Renzl
    ICT and corporate culture enabling knowledge sharing within communities ? Empirical evidence from an international steelmaking company
  29. Kennedy Monica Therese
    Organisational learning, knowledge management and complexity fusion – Exploring the Flavour of the Month” “
  30. Korhonen Kirsi, Petra Pekkanen, Timo Pirttil„
    Tackling the goal-setting dilemmas in organizational improvement projects
  31. Lalonde Carole
    Crisis management and organization development : Towards the conception of a learning model in crisis management
  32. Landry John Reid
    Emotional ?dead fish? as impediments to organizational learning
  33. Lang†ker Lise, B?rre Nylehn
    An inquiry into the front roads and back alleys of organisational learning
  34. Lorino Philippe
    Process based management and the central role of dialogical collective activity in organizational learning – The case of work safety in the building industry
  35. MacDonald Patricia, Charlene Zietsma, Monika Winn
    Learning from the enemy: Knowledge creation and the dynamics of deinstitutionalization
  36. Macpherson Allan , Oswald Jones, Adnan Ghecham
    Organizational learning and performance in SMEs
  37. Marshall Nick
    Cognitive and practice-based theories of organisational knowing and learning: Incompatible or complementary?
  38. Martin Xavier, Mario Schijven
    The anatomy of organizational learning: Towards an integrative framework of the performance effects of experiential and vicarious learning
  39. Matsuo Makoto
    Customer orientation as a type of ability to learn from experience: Empirical studies of Japanese salespeople
  40. Mazutis Daina, Natalie Slawinski
    The art of conversation: How authentic leaders influence organizational learning
  41. McGuire Sharon, Maxine Robertson
    Assessing the potential impact of the introduction of age discrimination legislation in UK firms from an HRM and KM perspective
  42. McKnight Brent , Charlene Zietsma
    Local understandings: Boundary objects in high conflict settings
  43. Mengis Jeanne
    Integrating knowledge through communication. The case of experts and decision makers
  44. Nag Rajiv
    Knowledgeable practice: Capturing the contextual use of knowledge as a strategic resource
  45. Nakano Davi
    Understanding the individual creative process within organizations
  46. Reay Trish, Kathy GermAnn, Karen Golden-Biddle, Ann Casebeer, C.R.
    Cultivating the ground for organizational learning
  47. Ren Yuqing
    Project decisions and team member selection strategies: Revisiting the exploration and exploitation argument
  48. Ren Yuqing, Linda Argote
    Transactive memory, knowledge configuration, and social networks to promote knowledge sharing across boundaries
  49. Revilla Elena, Tatiana Cury Paraizo
    Antecedents and consequences of knowledge integration in product development. An empirical evidence
  50. Schulz Klaus-Peter
    Shared knowledge and understandings in organizations – Its development and impact in organizational learning processes
  51. Skilton Paul F
    Routinizing visual effects: Population level learning in motion picture production
  52. Sprog?e Jonas, Nicolas Rohde
    Induction and the opportunity for organizations to learn ? A Danish and German case study of induction practice
  53. Sridharan Srinivas, Mary Crossan, Hari Bapuji
    External knowledge acquisition strategies and performance: A multi-level examination
  54. St-Amour Wayne, Carole Elliott, Kathryn Fahy, Mark Easterby-Smith
    At the intersection of interests: Exploring community translation of management intended practices
  55. Sturdy Andrew, Karen Handley, Timothy Clark, Robin Fincham
    Re-thinking the role of management consultants as disseminators of business knowledge ? Knowledge flows, directions and conditions in consulting projects
  56. Tamuz Michal , Eleanor T. Lewis, Cynthia Russell, Fernando Olivera
    Learning from the daily dramas of medicine: The roles of emotion and error in guiding physician involvement in organizational learning
  57. Thorsen Bente Rugaard
    Generating valid data through a fusion of aesthetic approaches
  58. Thursfield Denise
    Individual and organizational learning: Developing a theory of learning through the concept of the stratified individual
  59. Tryding Per
    The value of management education and how to capture it
  60. Tsai Wan-Ching
    Learning process in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) – Take Taiwanese SMEs as examples
  61. van Stijn Eveline, Anthony K.P. Wensley
    Learning about the sins of organizational memory
  62. Vera Dusya, Mary Crossan
    Reconciling learning paradoxes through improvisation
  63. Verburg Robert M. , Desiree Hoving
    Knowledge processes in networks aimed at innovation
  64. Villardi Beatriz Quiroz; Sergio Proen‡a Leit?o
    Qualitative learning fusion: An epistemological journey to configure collective learning and change from within
  65. Vince Russ
    Political relatedness: The fusion of emotion and politics in action-based learning
  66. Wahlstedt Linn‚a, Lars Lindkvist
    Making sense of verbal problem solving processes. A study of a cross-functional software development project
  67. Wang Yinglei , Darren B. Meister, Peter H. Gray
    In or out?: An integrated model of individual knowledge source choice
  68. Wiseman Erica
    The institutionalization of organizational learning: A neoinstitutional perspective
  69. Zack Michael H., Chris Street
    A framework for assessing the impact of knowledge on firm performance