Replying to LO27272 --
Argyris, I always use: the best is: "Strategy, change and defensive
routines". Defensive routines can be compared with Mental Models from "The
Weick I can also recommend: "Social Psychology of Organizing". Handy might
come in handy too, but then, my second name is Charles, so i've a bias.
When you want to start at the top: "Paradoxes of Group Life" by Smith and
Nik King-Turner wrote:
> I am a student in New Zealand studying management. I am writing an essay
> on organizational learning. Would you have any info that may be usefull?
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