Organizational Learning (2) Structural, strategic, technical, and ecological approaches, including institutional, resource dependence, and discontinuous improvement models; evaluating and institutionalizing learning.
MNGMT 514 Organizational Learning (2)
The objective of this course is to provide an overview of current theory and practice in the field of organizational learning -a developing field of applied social science. Organizational learning aims to improve the attributes of, and alignment between elements of the organization, and between the organization and its environments to improve effectiveness, performance, and satisfaction of primary stakeholders. The course focuses on the theories, research findings, techniques, and approaches to learning. Particular attention is paid to discussion practitioner-centered cases, and large-scale, system-wide organizational transformation. An understanding is developed of the paradigm shift necessary to achieve organizational transformation, and the re-conceptualization of management philosophies, principles, practices, and behavior that lead to high performance.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.