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ERIC Number: ED453446
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 27
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Learning Organization. Symposium 36. [AHRD Conference, 2001].
This symposium on learning organization consists of three presentations. "Perception of Learning Culture and Concerns About the Innovation on Use of Innovation: A Question of Level of Analysis" (Rebecca Fatima Sta. Maria, Karen E. Watkins) reports a study of the relationship between organizational members' perception of learning culture and concerns about the innovation and their influence on use of one innovation (ISO 9000) in the Malaysian public sector across 11 organizations. It suggests that theories that try to explain organizational innovation implementation be tested across organizations and take into account organizational context "'Shared Vision': Are We at Risk of Creating Monochromatic Organizations?" (Verna J. Willis) is a case study of the formation of a voluntary organization that found that differences in points of view and in personal aspirations could not be papered over by the real caring that group members developed for one another and that shared vision meant different things to different people and in general was an idealized concept that never reached full fruition in the organization. "Critical Reflective Working Behavior: A Survey Research" (Marianne van Woerkom et al.) operationalizes critical reflective working behavior and raises the question of which factors have impact on critical reflective working behavior. It finds that self-efficacy and participation are important influencing factors. (YLB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Malaysia