Organizational learning in fast-changing environments and decision-making processes: a literature review

  • Rafael Fernández Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas - UPC

Resumen

Este artículo hace una revisión de la literatura sobre el aprendizaje organizacional como un recurso necesario en mercados cambiantes. Adicionalmente, esta revisión busca explorar si ha habido suficiente investigación acerca del impacto del aprendizaje organizacional y sus capacidades dinámicas en el proceso de toma de decisiones a nivel organizacional.

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Rafael Fernández, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas - UPC
Profesor de Comportamiento Organizacional y Capital Humano, Dirección de Administración y Recursos Humanos, Facultad de Negocios, UPC

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2018-07-23
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