Best practice in organisational learning: Four multinational case studies

T. O'Keeffe

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The Tealities of global competition and increased customer sophistication have focused organisational attention on the need to integrate technology within a learning framework. While much has been written on the importance of evolving a learning organisation, less attention has been given to understanding in a practical way the demands advanced technology places on organisational systems, particularly those operating in dynamics environments. There is a growing realisation that long-term organisational success is more dependent on the manner in which it exploits its intellectual capital rather than any state of the art technological interventions. Organisations deploying advanced technology must understand that the interface between man and machine ts where most concerns arise and the manner in which such difficulties are managed will influence the real value of advanced technological interventions.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)91-96
Number of pages6
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Event2003 IFAC Workshop on Technology and International Stability 2003 - Waterford, Ireland
Duration: 03 Jul 200305 Jul 2003


  • Best Practice
  • Case Study
  • Corporate Culture
  • Learning Organisations


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